Supreme Court of the United States
Decided November 29, 1988
Justice O’Connor, Concurring
|Topic: Civil Rights*||Court vote: 8–1|
|Note: No other Justices joined this opinion.|
|Citation: 488 U.S. 75||Docket: 87–6116||Audio: Listen to this case's oral arguments at Oyez|
* As categorized by the Washington University Law Supreme Court Database
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JUSTICE O'CONNOR, concurring.
I join the Court's opinion. I write separately to emphasize that nothing in the Court's opinion forecloses the possibility that a mere technical violation of Anders v. California, 386 U. S. 738 (1967), might be excusable. The violation in this case was not a mere technical violation, however, and, on that understanding, I concur.
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