U.S. Supreme Court
NAACP v. Williams, 359 U.S. 550 (1959)
National Association for the Advancement
of Colored People v. Williams,
Decided June 1, 1959
359 U.S. 550
Since the State represents that no fine against petitioner has been finally determined and assessed, certiorari to review the contempt judgment against petitioner is denied, leaving petitioner free to take further proceedings here when the judgment below becomes final or the jurisdiction of this Court may otherwise be appropriately invoked.