Edward Lee Wallace filed an application for the writ of habeas corpus in Butts Superior Court. His application asserts that he was charged with murder, tried by a jury, found guilty of voluntary manslaughter, and sentenced to 18 years in the penitentiary; that he was tried by an all-white jury because all the black jurors had been stricken by the State; that the jury was comprised of the friends and business associates "of the corpus delicti"; that the jury was comprised of no one who objected to capital punishment since the State had stricken them; that the judge did not inform him of his constitutional rights and did not inform the jury that he had no previous record; that the jury was allowed to leave the courthouse; that be was not advised of his right to appeal; and that his attorney was remiss in his duties. After a hearing the habeas corpus judge remanded the applicant to the custody of the respondent. The appeal is from that judgment. Held:
1. After hearing the testimony and considering the documentary evidence the trial court found: "Findings of Fact. The petitioner stated very simply that be did not have 'a fair trial.' He offered no other evidence. Conclusions of law. The court finds that the petitioner failed to prove his case. The court further finds that none of the petitioner's constitutional rights were violated and that he is being lawfully restrained of his liberty by the respondent." The findings of the court are supported by the record.
2. The appellant contends here that the habeas corpus proceedings in the trial court were not fair since he did not have counsel and that he is entitled to counsel as a matter of right. This contention is without merit