This court case, alleging racial discrimination by Avis, occurred many years prior to Halder’s rampage attack. It is of interest, however, because years later Halder believed he was victimized by “master race” people at Case Western because he was of an “inferior” race.
Halder appealed his conviction on five grounds but the original decision of the court was upheld.
This case includes several letters by Halder.
This is a case brought by the estate of Norman Wallace (killed by Halder) against Halder and Case Western Reserve University.
This is a case brought by the estate of Norman Wallace (killed by Halder).
This is part of the case brought by the estate of Norman Wallace, who was killed by Halder.
In this case, Halder “alleges that: (1) the trial court erred in depriving him of his Sixth Amendment right to represent himself; and (2) the trial court erred in finding him competent when he had proven by a preponderance of the evidence that he was not capable of assisting in his own defense.”
This is a challenge by Halder regarding his competency and the outcome of his trial.