U.S. Supreme Court
Anderson v. Corall, 263 U.S. 193 (1923)
Anderson v. Corall
Argued October 4, 1923
Decided November 12, 1923
263 U.S. 193
1. Mere lapse of time, without imprisonment or other restraint contemplated by law, does not constitute service of sentence. P. 263 U. S. 196.
2. Under the Parole Act of June 25, 1910, c. 387, 36 Stat. 819, as amended January 23, 1913, c. 9, 37 Stat. 650, where a federal convict breaks his parole and is retaken under a warden's warrant, the Board of Parole may revoke his parole at any time before his sentence has been fully served and require him to complete his term of imprisonment without deduction for the time spent on parole. P. 263 U. S. 197.
3. With reference to the power of the Board to act as above, time intervening between the issuance of the warden's warrant and its execution, during which the federal convict was incarcerated in a state penitentiary for a state offense, is not to be counted as time served under his federal sentence. P. 263 U. S. 197.
279 F.8d 2 reversed.
Certiorari to a judgment of the Circuit Court of Appeals which affirmed an order of the district court in habeas corpus discharging the present respondent from imprisonment in the federal penitentiary at Leavenworth.