HENSLEY v. STATE

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HENSLEY v. STATE
1926 OK 559
247 P. 376
121 Okla. 47
Case Number: 16696
Decided: 06/15/1926
Supreme Court of Oklahoma

HENSLEY et al.
v.
STATE.

Syllabus

ΒΆ0 1. Appeal and Error--Lack of Notice of Appeal--Dismissal. Section 782, C. O. S. 1921, providing for notice of appeal to be given, is mandatory, and must be complied with, and if such notice is not given, the appeal will be dismissed.
2. Appeal and Error--Case-Made--Invalidity of Order of Extension After Expiration of Time. An order extending the time in which to make and serve case-made is void when made after the time allowed by section 785, C. O. S. 1921, or by a previous order of extension has expired. This court acquires no jurisdiction of the purported appeal, and same will be dismissed.

Wm. T. Powell, for plaintiff in error.
J. H. Long, County Attorney, for defendant in error.

HUNT, J.