Supreme Court 
-The grand and petit juries were found to have been selected under an invalid law, and the D was given the option, and he elected to do so, of demanding re-indictment and retrial.
-Again he was charged with larceny and burglary and he moved to have the larceny dismissed that was denied. At the second trial he was convicted of both burglary and larceny. S. Ct. vacated judgment and remanded.
-Was the D twice placed in double jeopardy?
HOLDING: Yes (to both).
-The federal double jeopardy standards apply to the states. Petitioner was acquitted of larceny in his first trial.
-The state cannot condition an appeal of one offense on a coerced surrender of a valid plea of former jeopardy on another offense.
-A D cannot be forced to waive a valid double jeopardy plea.
Plaintiff’s Argument: A person is not placed in double jeopardy by a void indictment.
Defendant’s Argument: To try D again for larceny would violate the constitutional prohibition against double jeopardy.