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CHILDERS v. GOBLE, Warden.
19039.
HAWKINS, Justice.
Habeas corpus. Before Judge Paschall. Whitfield Superior Court. May 23, 1955.
This case is an appeal from a judgment of Whitfield Superior Court, denying an application for habeas corpus brought by petitioner seeking the release of her son, George Childers, from the custody of respondent, who is Warden of Whitfield Public Works Camp in Dalton, Georgia. Held:
2. The other question in this case is whether or not a person may voluntarily waive his right to a hearing prior to a parole revocation. In Bradford v. Mills, 208 Ga. 198 (1) (60 S. E. 2d 56), it was held that "one may waive or renounce what the law or Constitution has established in his favor, . . . including even the right of trial itself."
Eugene Cook, Attorney-General, E. Freeman Leverett, Robert H. Hall, Assistant Attorneys-General, contra.
John D. Edge, for plaintiff in error.
SUBMITTED SEPTEMBER 12 -- DECIDED OCTOBER 10, 1955.
Saturday May 23 02:50 EDT


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