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FEDERAL COURT APPEAL
By HOWARD BRICK Sinclair has denied there is any marijuana. Both were released on
Briefs were filed in Federal Dis- proof of this charge. bail pending their appeals.
trict Court yesterday in a new The briefs, written by Sinclair Claiming that his crime does not
attempt to free John Sinclair on from his cell at the Jackson State approach the magnitude of those
j bond pending his appeal before! Prison of Southern Michigan and Giacalone and Lorentzen alleged-
the Michigan State Supreme Court. presented in his behalf by the ly committed and that he "can-
Sinclair is now serving a 9 and Committee to Free John Sinclair, not possibly be shown to repre-
one half to 10 year sentence for claim that Sinclair has been den- sent a greater 'potential of harm
possession of two marijuana cig- led his right to due process of to the community' than an" identi-
arettes. law. fied member of the 'Mafia' or a
Sinclair, chairman of the Rain The district court judge will de- convicted seller of narcotics," Sin-
bow People's Party and founder termine if and when it will hear clair says he "has been denied
of its predecessor, the W h i t e Sinclair's case. The Committee has equal protection of the laws."
Panther Party, was denied bail akdtecutt osdrtb
by the State Supreme Courton asked the court to consider t h e The appeal of Sinclair's c o n-
September 23, even though the case this Wednesday. viction was rejetced by the state
court had agreed to hear the ap- Sinclair plans to represent him- appeals court last February. The
peal case. self in court. case was brought to the State
In denying bond, the Supreme In his briefs, Sinclair points to Supreme Court, at the end of the
Court stated that Sinclair "shows the cases of Vito Giacalone, a re- summer, and supporters were
a propensity and a willingness to puted "Mafia" figure convicted of hopeful that Sinclair would soon
further commit the same type of possessing a blackjack, and Eric be freed.
offenses while on bond." Lorentzen, convicted of sale of However, when appeal bond was
Coinwrolmiselr State. rere eni. a Live
denied at that time, it was decid-
ed to bring the case to the fed-
eral courts. "We are taking the
issue of bond to federal court
to see if we can't get some justice
there," David Sinclair, John's bro-
ther and a member of the defense
The Committee to Free J o h n
Sinclair will sponsor a John Sin.
clair Freedom Rally at Crisler
Arena this Friday. Among t h e
speakers to appear at the rally are
Rennie Davis, William Kunstler,
Bobby Seale, David Dellinger, Al-
len Ginsberg, Jerry Rubin, and
Marge Tabanking, president of the
National Student Association. Na-
tionally and internationally known
rock musicians will also appear.
Proceeds will go to the J o h n
Sinclair Freedom Fund.
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n state drug complaints during rent forum
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By KAREN TINKLENBERG
LANSING (P-) - House Speaker A panel of four state representa-
':William Ryan yesterday confirm- tives yesterday listened to com-
ed reports that a conference com- plaints of tenants from the Ann
n'ittee has worked out a compro- Arbor-Ypsilanti area in a public
mise that should lead to the pas- hearing held at Rackham Audi-
sage of a new drug law for Mich- torium.
Realty refused to return more Though Hirschman claims he
than half of his damage deposit cleaned the house so that it was
because of "wear and tear of the in better condition when he left
apartment," he claimed. it than when he moved in, $85 of
The manager of Charter Realty the damage deposit was not re-
could not be reached for comment. turned because, he was told,
Another tenant, Lee Fisher of "every room in the house was in
Ann Arbor, claimed he paid his; terribel condition."
landlord $365 for a month's rent Furthermore, he can not file suit
and damage deposit. A clause in in small claims court until January
the lease stated that he could sub- because he is legally under age,
let the apartment without charge he explained.
for re-renting to another tenant The resident of Summit Asso-
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igan this year.
According to Ryan, the major-
ity of the conference committee
agreed to a three page report iron-
ing out their differences.
Under the compromise, mari-
Juana possession carries a maxi-
mum penalty of a one-year jail
term and a $1,000 fine. The of-I
fence would become a misde-
Currently, possession of mari-
juana is a felony punishable by
10 years in prison and a $5,000
The Senate had wanted posses-
sion to remain a felony with a
maximum penalty of two years in
prison, while the House had vot-
ed to make the offense a misde-
meanor with a penalty of 90 days
in jail and a $500 fine.
The committee was appointed by
the State Legislature to investi-
gate tenant grievances, particular-
ly the problem of damage deposits,
throughout the state.
The committee will consider
legislation relating to the use of
damage deposits, the use of es-
crow accounts, and the practice
of charging tenants for undefined
"wear and tear." The committee
will then report its findings to the
House and recommend legislation.
Several tenants appeared at the
hearing to express specific com-
plaints against their landlords. Joe
Maneghini, of the Ann Arbor Ten-
ants Union, said that his apart-
ment was in a "dilapidated" con-
dition when he rented it, citing
leaking pipes and a portable show-
er as code violations. Charter
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or for cleaning the apartment. ciates
However, only $90 of the damage thing a
deposit was refunded, the rest not con
withheld for the above charges. Norm
Jay Hirschman, of 931 Dewey, Off-Can
said the house he rented last year commit
from Summit Associates was in written
poor condition when he rented it. Founda
He said the freezer door was con- riety o
tinually falling off, and was never relation
fixed permanently. ' damag
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Linguistics: Alton Becker. "Inflex Phillip,
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Rackham Bldg., 8 pm. details a
said he "didn't know any-
bout the hearings and could
a Kraker, of the Office of
rpus Housing, presented the
tee with a draft of a code,
by the American ar
tion, which covers a va-
f areas in tenant-landlord
is and makes withholding
e deposits a misdemeanor
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