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  • Geo Meyer Manufacturing Co v. San Marino Electronic Corporation
    422 F2d 1285
    "Moreover, the ambit of applicable art in given fields of science has widened by disciplines unheard of a half century ago. It is but an evenhanded application to require that those persons granted th...

  • Riley v. E P Perini
    422 F2d 397
    PER CURIAM and ORDER. Petitioner applied for a writ of habeas corpus in the District Court claiming that the Ohio Adult Parole Authority, in denying parole to him, took into account his criminal rec...

  • Parsons v. Amerada Hess Corporation
    422 F2d 610
    This appeal from a summary judgment involves the tort liability of Amerada Petroleum Corporation to an employee of its independent contractor, B & M Service Company. And it also involves the cont...

  • United States v. Bonds
    422 F2d 660
    This is a timely appeal by defendant Earl Russell Bonds from his conviction and resulting sentence on an indictment charging possession of a short-barreled shotgun in violation of 26 U.S.C.A. § 5...

  • United States v. Rawls
    421 F2d 1285
    This is an appeal from a jury conviction in a Dyer Act case, 18 U.S.C. § 2312. The issues are centered around sufficiency of the evidence. Pursuant to Rule 18 of the Rules of this Court, we hav...

  • People Of State Of New York v. Horelick
    424 F2d 697
    On this appeal from an order of remand by the District Court for the Southern District of New York, we again have the task of interpreting the civil rights removal statute, 28 U.S.C. 1443, in light of...

  • Rice v. State Of Wisconsin B B
    424 F2d 12
    Petitioner Lloyd Rice appeals from an order of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin dismissing his petition for a writ of habeas corpus. We affirm. On June 8, 1967...

  • United States Madison H 5666 v. T Rundle Scig
    422 F2d 49
    The relator herein, Ralph Madison, while represented by counsel, entered a plea of guilty generally in a Pennsylvania murder case. The trial court found, after the taking of full and complete testimon...

  • Turner v. United States
    396 US 398
    Petitioners was found guilty by a jury on four counts charging violations of the federal narcotics laws. The issue before us is the validity of the provisions of § 2 of the Act of February 9, 190...

  • United States v. W Eskow H
    422 F2d 1060
    James W. Brannigan, Jr., Asst. U.S. Atty., New York City (Robert M. Morgenthau, U.S. Atty. for Southern Dist. of New York, and Gary P. Naftalis, John H. Gross, Paul B. Galvani, Asst. U.S. Attys., New ...

  • Matthews v. State Of Florida E
    422 F2d 1046
    Thomas Lee Matthews appeals from the denial of his petition for the writ of habeas corpus by the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida. Matthews pleaded guilty in the Metro...

  • West v. S Zurhorst M
    425 F2d 919
    Wallace and Claudia West, citizens of New Jersey, sued Charles and Susan Zurhorst, then citizens of New York, in the District Court for the Southern District of New York in July, 1966. They sought to ...

  • Wilke v. United States
    422 F2d 1298
    Frank Martin Wilke appeals from a conviction on a charge of bank robbery (18 U.S.C. 2113(a)). He urges five errors. 1. During redirect examination of its witness Nuckols, the government sought to ...

  • Ramon v. C Cupp
    423 F2d 248
    Ramon is an Oregon state prisoner, convicted in 1965 for the possession of marijuana. His appeals through the Oregon courts resulted in rejection of his contention that evidence introduced at his tria...

  • Jones v. United States
    423 F2d 252
    In 1964 petitioner pleaded guilty to an information charging a violation of 21 U.S.C. 174; he was sentenced to ten years' imprisonment. In 1966 he filed a petition under 28 U.S.C. 2255 alleging that ...

  • Estrella Ortega v. United States
    423 F2d 509
    Appellants appeal from their convictions for violating 26 U.S.C. 4705(a). Each appellant contends that 4705(a) is unconstitutional because it impairs his Fifth Amendment privilege against self-incrim...

  • United States v. Marlow
    423 F2d 1064
    Pursuant to Rule 18 of the Rules of this Court, we have concluded on the merits that this case is of such character as not to justify oral argument and have directed the Clerk to place the case on the...

  • In The Matter Of Richard T Marshall
    423 F2d 1130
    Pursuant to Rule 18 of the Rules of this Court, we have concluded on the merits that this case is of such character as not to justify oral argument and have directed the Clerk to place the case on the...

  • United States v. Contreras
    422 F2d 828
    Contreras was charged with having committed, on an Indian reservation, the crime of forcible rape on an Indian female. 18 U.S.C. 2031, 1152. Tried to a jury, he was found not guilty of the charged o...

  • Hosiery Corporation Of America v. National Labor Relations Board
    422 F2d 784
    Hosiery Corporation of America (hereafter Hosiery or the Company) petitions this court to review and set aside an order of the National Labor Relations Board (hereafter Board). The Board has countere...

  • United States McCray H 5637 v. A T Rundle
    422 F2d 354
    This appeal from a refusal of habeas corpus relief requires us to decide whether there was a denial of due process in the consolidation of three indictments for trial before a Pennsylvania judge sitti...

  • Burran v. M Dambold G
    422 F2d 133
    The appeal in this New Mexico diversity suit involves the asserted mandatory application to the work of design engineers of a state building code adopted pursuant to statutory direction. The cross-ap...

  • United States v. F Mosby
    422 F2d 72
    This is an appeal by defendant Mosby from his conviction by a jury upon each of two counts of an information charging violation of 26 U.S.C.A. 4704(a) and the resulting concurrent sentence of ten year...

  • United States v. Duke
    423 F2d 387
    Duke and Liles appeal from judgments of conviction based upon a jury's verdict of guilty on each of three counts involving heroin. The critical question presented for review is whether the evidence o...

  • Local Union No Progressive Mine Workers Of America v. National Labor Relations Board
    422 F2d 538
    This case is before the court upon a petition to review and set aside an order of the National Labor Relations Board (Board) issued against petitioner Local Union No. 167, Progressive Mine Workers of ...

  • United States v. Ballard
    423 F2d 127
    These appeals come from the Northern District of Mississippi where Erwin Edward Ballard and Richard Henry Bryan, in a joint trial, were both convicted of armed robbery of a federally insured bank. No ...

  • United States v. R Spezziale
    422 F2d 388
    Four adding machines were stolen from an interstate shipment. Jurisdiction concerning the misdeed was thereby accorded to the United States District Court under an indictment charging the appellant w...

  • United States v. Hornbuckle
    422 F2d 391
    Roy Wilbur Hornbuckle, an Indian, was convicted of assaulting another Indian with a dangerous weapon on the Cherokee Indian Reservation, known as the Qualla Boundary in Western North Carolina, in viol...

  • United States v. Sanchez
    422 F2d 1198
    Following a non-jury trial in October 1968 before Judge Constance Baker Motley in the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York, appellant Jose Sanchez was convicted of violat...

  • Thomas v. J Beto
    423 F2d 642
    This is an appeal from a decision of the United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas denying petitioner's application for writ of habeas corpus. On April 26, 1960, petitioner plead...

  • Bergman v. United States
    420 F2d 681
    Appellant was indicted for, then tried and convicted by the court of, a violation of the Universal Military Training & Service Act in refusing to be inducted into the Armed Forces of the United St...

  • Colonnade Catering Corp v. United States
    397 US 72
    Petitioner, a licensee in New York authorized to serve alcoholic beverages and also the holder of a federal retail liquor dealer's occupational stamp tax, 26 U.S.C. § 5121(a), brought this suit t...

  • Reetz v. Bozanich
    397 US 82
    This is an appeal from the judgment of a three-judge District Court, convened under 28 U.S.C. §§ 2281, 2284, declaring certain fishing laws of Alaska and regulations under them unconstitutio...

  • Felice v. Long Island Railroad Company
    426 F2d 192
    In this action in the District Court for the Southern District of New York, Gabriel Felice sought to recover under the FELA for a back injury experienced while working at a shop of the Long Island R.R...

  • National Labor Relations Board v. Midtown Service Co
    425 F2d 665
    Katz & Wolchok, New York City, brief amicus curiae for Local 670, Retail, Wholesale and Dept. Store Union, AFL-CIO. Before LUMBARD, Chief Judge, FRIENDLY, Circuit Judge and MANSFIELD, District J...

  • United States v. Flanagan
    423 F2d 745
    Flanagan was convicted by a jury of possession of stolen government property, 18 U.S.C. § 641. His major contention is that stolen property introduced in evidence against him was the product of a...

  • Windom v. Cook
    423 F2d 721
    Windom, a state prisoner, pleaded guilty to charges of burglary and assault with intent to commit rape. He filed a habeas corpus petition in the District Court alleging involuntariness of the plea by ...

  • United States v. Freeston
    423 F2d 1311
    Defendant Robert Joseph Freeston was found guilty, following a trial by jury, of neglect, failure and refusal to submit to induction into the armed forces in violation of 50 U.S.C.A. App. 462. Defend...

  • United States Coffey v. W Follette
    423 F2d 750
    We affirm in open court the denial by the district court, without a hearing, of this petition for habeas corpus claiming constitutional error. Petitioner, found guilty of the crime of burglary in th...

  • Astro Cinema Corp Inc v. J Mackell
    422 F2d 293
    On May 7, 1969, acting pursuant to a warrant issued earlier the same day, police seized the motion picture film 'The Odd Triangle' and arrested the projectionist and threatre manager at the Hollis Cin...

  • United States v. Grey
    422 F2d 1043
    These are direct appeals after jury trial in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Ohio, Western Division. Appellant Williams was charged with armed robbery of the Spicer Fede...

  • Globus v. Law Research Service Inc C Blair and Co Granbery Marache
    418 F2d 1276
    This tortuous litigation raises at least two issues of great importance: are punitive damages available in private actions based on § 17(a) of the Securities Act of 1933, 15 U.S.C. § 77q (a)...

  • United States v. Hampton
    422 F2d 867
    This is an appeal from a conviction and sentence for transporting, concealing and facilitating the transportation and concealment of heroin in violation of 21 U.S.C. 174. The material facts are undi...

  • United States v. Richardson
    422 F2d 847
    Richardson appeals from a judgment and sentence pursuant to a jury trial conviction on a charge of transporting a stolen automobile from Arizona to New Mexico in violation of 18 U.S.C. § 2312. Th...

  • Schoeller v. Dunbar
    423 F2d 1183
    Appellant is critical of the judgment of the District Court denying his petition for a writ of habeas corpus. In May, 1964, appellant was charged, by indictment, with violating Sections 187 (murder)...

  • Lopez v. United States
    422 F2d 395
    Appellant was indicted, tried and convicted of the crime of armed bank robbery of the Farmers & Merchants Bank of Long Beach, California. We affirm. Appellant was caught red-handed in the lobby...

  • Trask v. L Robbins
    421 F2d 773
    This Petitioner for a writ of habeas corpus was indicted, tried by jury on plea of not guilty, convicted and sentenced in the Maine Superior Court for robbing one Orman Lawing. The Supreme Judicial C...

  • United States v. Kordel
    397 US 1
    The respondents are the president and vice president, respectively, of Detroit Vital Foods, Inc. They were convicted in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan, along wit...

  • National Labor Relations Board v. Jh Rutter Rex Manufacturing Company
    396 US 258
    This case presents the question whether, when an employer has improperly failed to reinstate striking employees, and the National Labor Relations Board has after considerable delay ordered back pay fo...

  • Amsterdam Film Corporation v. W Duggan H
    423 F2d 698
    This is an appeal from a judgment of the district court dismissing a complaint seeking injunctive relief. We shall summarize the allegations material to our disposition. Plaintiff Amsterdam owns and...

  • Czosek v. R Omara
    397 US 25
    In 1960, the corporate respondent, Erie Lackawanna Railroad Company, was formed by the merger of the Erie Railroad and the Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad. Thereafter, the individual respo...

  • La Brasca v. Misterly
    423 F2d 708
    Petitioner was convicted in state court of driving an automobile while under the influence of liquor and driving an automobile with a suspended license. Her sentence on the second charge was stayed p...

  • United States v. Shay
    426 F2d 287
    On a July evening in 1968 agents of the Federal Bureau of Narcotics, not now claimed to have lacked probable cause, entered the apartment of a Mrs. Tabron on W. 138th Street in Manhattan. Having place...

  • United States Green v. W Follette
    421 F2d 1392
    We affirm by applying the principles set forth in United States ex rel. Rutherford v. Deegan, 406 F.2d 217 (2d Cir.), cert. denied, 395 U.S. 983, 89 S.Ct. 2145, 23 L.Ed.2d 771 (1969). There is nothing...

  • Alverez v. W Turner
    422 F2d 214
    These cases are separate appeals taken by the appellant Turner as Warden of the Utah State Prison from orders of the United States District Court for the District of Utah, Central Division, effectuati...

  • United States v. C Miriani
    422 F2d 150
    The defendant-appellant, Louis C. Miriani, was convicted by a jury on all counts of a four-count indictment charging him with attempting to evade and defeat a large part ($163,723.49) of his federal i...

  • Morrissey v. Curran E
    423 F2d 393
    This case arises under 501 of the Labor-Management Reporting and Disclosure Act of 1959, 29 U.S.C. 501 (1964), and concerns the propriety of certain payments made into the Officers' Pension Fund of th...

  • Sherby v. Weather Brothers Transfer Company
    421 F2d 1243
    Plaintiffs appeal from the dismissal of their amended complaint upon motion of the defendant, Weather Brothers Transfer Company, Inc. On July 16, 1966, Michael Sherby, a minor, was riding as a passe...

  • Blackburn v. B Copinger
    421 F2d 602
    The charges upon which Earl Leroy Blackburn was tried in the Maryland state court grew out of an armed robbery which resulted in the victim's death. He was convicted of first degree murder, robbery an...

  • Capler v. City Of Greenville Mississippi W C J R
    422 F2d 299
    This is an appeal from denial of habeas corpus by the District Court. On due process and Sixth Amendment grounds appellant asserts that, during the early hours of his arrest and incarceration on a ch...

  • Tritt v. United States
    421 F2d 928
    Sumner J. Hatch, Salt Lake City, Utah (McRae & Richardson, Salt Lake City, Utah, on the brief), for appellant. H. Ralph Klemm, Asst. U. S. Atty., Salt Lake City, Utah (C. Nelson Day, U. S. Atty....

  • McGregor v. United States
    422 F2d 925
    McGregor was convicted by a jury under a four count indictment which charged him with selling and dispensing a narcotic drug in violation of 26 U.S.C.A. 4704(a) and 4705(a). We affirm. McGregor's a...

  • Adler v. Commissioner Of Internal Revenue
    422 F2d 63
    James C. Herndon, Akron, Ohio, for petitioners-appellants. Stephen H. Hutzelman, Dept. of Justice, Washington, D. C., for respondent-appellee; Johnnie M. Walters, Asst. Atty. Gen., Lee A. Jackson, E...

  • Vera v. J Beto
    422 F2d 1052
    Petitioner in this habeas corpus proceeding appeals from the denial of the writ, alleging error in the District Court's refusal to hold an evidentiary hearing on these contentions: (1) that his confes...

  • Chaney and James Construction Company v. United States
    421 F2d 728
    This is a contract case involving a review, in accordance with the standards prescribed by the Wunderlich Act (41 U.S.C. §§ 321, 322 (1964)), of a decision that was rendered by the Federal A...

  • Belgarde v. W Turner
    421 F2d 1395
    This is an appeal from an order of the United States District Court for the District of Utah, Central Division, conditionally granting a writ of habeas corpus freeing Belgarde, a state prisoner, from ...

  • United States v. D Reed
    422 F2d 291
    Pursuant to Rule 18 of the Rules of this Court, we have concluded on the merits that this case is of such character as not to justify oral argument and have directed the clerk to place the case on the...

  • United States v. Peet
    420 F2d 549
    This is an appeal by John Roderick Peet from his conviction on a two count indictment charging destruction of his Selective Service Notice of Classification in violation of 50 U.S.C.App. § 462(b)...

  • McDonald v. Sheriff Of Palm Beach County Florida
    422 F2d 839
    The District Court denied James E. McDonald's petition for habeas corpus (filed under 28 U.S.C. 2254) without an evidentiary hearing. We affirm. Petitioner was sentenced on July 18, 1969 to serve o...

  • Hill v. J Beto
    422 F2d 840
    This appeal is taken from an order of the district court denying the petition for the writ of habeas corpus of a Texas convict. We affirm. Appellant, a Texas convict, was convicted on his plea of gu...

  • United States v. Bowen
    421 F2d 193
    Convicted, by a jury, of a wilful failure to report for induction in violation of 50 U.S.C.A. App. 462 and sentenced to a term of two years, Thomas Richard Bowen appeals. He advances numerous grounds...

  • Swinney v. United States
    422 F2d 1257
    This is an appeal from the denial of a motion to vacate sentence under 28 U.S.C.A. 2255. The petitioner, Welton Swinney, was originally tried and convicted in March, 1966, for the offenses of conspir...

  • Connors v. State Of South Dakota R
    422 F2d 122
    Appellants have appealed from the order of the United States District Court for the District of South Dakota granting appellee's petition for a writ of habeas corpus pursuant to 28 U.S.C. 2254. Appel...

  • Langford v. State Of Alabama
    422 F2d 760
    This is an appeal from an order of the United States District Court denying appellant's petition for writ of habeas corpus. After exhausting all comparable state remedies, appellant Curtis Langford fi...

  • United States v. B Seegers
    433 F2d 493
    Appellant was convicted in the District Court of second degree burglary and sentenced under the provisions of the Federal Youth Corrections Act. He duly noted an appeal and at sentencing moved for hi...

  • Selz v. State Of California A
    423 F2d 702
    In 1936 petitioner was convicted on his plea of guilty to a charge of first-degree murder in the Superior Court of San Mateo County, California, and sentenced to life imprisonment. He instituted thi...

  • White v. D Gnann
    422 F2d 1306
    We have concluded on the merits that oral argument is unnecessary in this case. Accordingly, we have directed the Clerk to place the case on the Summary Calendar and to notify the parties of this fact...

  • Huisinga v. United States
    422 F2d 635
    Defendant Jerry Lee Huisinga was convicted, after a bench trial, of violating Section 12 of the Universal Military Training and Service Act, 50 U.S.C.A. App. § 462, in that he knowingly failed to...

  • United States v. Gordon
    421 F2d 1068
    This appeal deals primarily with the validity of a search of the apartment of the appellant which produced evidence in the nature of a large quantity of jewelry, which subsequently formed the basis of...

  • Piche v. B J Rhay
    422 F2d 1309
    This is an appeal from a judgment of the district court dismissing an action brought by Marvin John Piche, an inmate of the Washington State Penitentiary, to secure a writ of habeas corpus. Piche ba...

  • United States v. W Lefner
    422 F2d 1021
    Joseph R. Carter, Jr. (argued) (in 24412), Culver City, Cal., John Douglas Lang (argued) (in 24588), of Rawlinson, Lang & Lister, Woodland, Hills, Cal., for appellants. Edward Wallin (argued), A...

  • United States v. Mancuso
    423 F2d 23
    This is an appeal from a jury conviction of interstate transportation of a motor vehicle with knowledge that the vehicle had been stolen. Dyer Act, 18 U.S.C. sec. 2312. Seven assignments of error ar...

  • United States v. Brossard
    423 F2d 711
    Appellant Joseph Brossard was indicted and convicted for his failure to report for induction in violation of 50 U.S.C.App. 462. Appellant contends that the local board improperly processed his consci...

  • United States v. Ritchey
    423 F2d 685
    Ritchey was convicted of refusing to report for and submit to induction into the Armed Forces of the United States in violation of 50 U.S.C.App. 462(a). We affirm. Ritchey was classified 1-A by his...

  • United States v. Verbeek
    423 F2d 667
    Verbeek was convicted of violating 50 U.S.C. App. 462 in that he knowingly failed to submit to induction into the armed forces. We affirm. Verbeek registered for the draft in August of 1964. At th...

  • United States v. Amaro
    422 F2d 1078
    Appellant was convicted, after a jury trial, of five narcotic offenses in violation of 21 U.S.C. 174. Three of the counts charged appellant with receiving, concealing and transporting heroin and two ...

  • United States v. Wingerter
    423 F2d 1015
    Laurence Adrian Wingerter, Jr. appeals from his conviction of knowingly, wilfully refusing to submit to induction into the Armed Forces of the United States. When ordered to report for induction, Wing...

  • Schutz v. United States
    422 F2d 991
    On September 7, 1966, the grand jury for the Middle District of Alabama charged that on or about May 4, 1966, Simuel Brent Schutz, Jr., unlawfully, wilfully, and knowingly did fail and neglect to perf...

  • Securities v. A
    422 F2d 475
    In these appeals thirteen former officers, directors and trustees of three Arkansas corporations now administered by a receiver seek to overturn rulings of the district court in connection with that r...

  • United States v. Black
    422 F2d 398
    Larry Black appeals his conviction for receiving and concealing four capsules of heroin in violation of 21 U.S.C. 174. The sole issue presented on appeal concerns the constitutionality of that part o...

  • Parrott v. L
    421 F2d 1386
    Appellant Larry Parrott, a state prisoner, appeals from a denial without an evidentiary hearing of his application for habeas corpus in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Io...

  • United States v. Zambrano
    421 F2d 761
    Louis Zambrano appeals from a judgment and commitment entered October 16, 1968, after a jury verdict of guilty was returned in the Federal District Court on a one-count indictment charging him with po...

  • Bloss v. People Of State Of Michigan K
    421 F2d 903
    The State of Michigan appeals from an order of the United States District Court for the Western District of Michigan granting bail to plaintiff-appellee pending his appeals in the state courts of Mich...

  • Cannon v. United States
    420 F2d 1382
    Herein on appeal, inter alia, it is contended in this bank robbery case tried without a jury that there was an issue of insanity below (and the government failed to sustain its burden of proof), that ...

  • Anderson v. Eagle Motor Lines Inc
    423 F2d 81
    Appellant, Eagle Motor Lines, Inc., appeals from a judgment upholding a jury verdict awarding damages to plaintiffs, and from the denial by the Court of certain post-trial motions in this Mississippi ...

  • Brennan v. A Rhodes
    423 F2d 706
    Defendants-appellees have filed a motion pursuant to Rule 8(b), Rules of the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit, seeking affirmance of the judgment of the District Court. The Distri...

  • Williams v. United States
    422 F2d 1318
    In this pro se case appellant has failed to file a brief within the time fixed by Rule 31, F.R.A.P., and has requested that the case be disposed of summarily pursuant to Rule 9(c) (2) of this Court. S...

  • Great Northern Railway Company v. National Railroad Adjustment Board First Division
    422 F2d 1187
    Plaintiff Great Northern Railway Company filed the instant action in the district court for the Northern District of Illinois. Named as defendants were the National Railroad Adjustment Board, First D...

  • Puplampu v. United States
    422 F2d 870
    On his appeal from his conviction for violating 18 U.S.C. 2312, appellant contends that the district court erred in denying his motion to suppress statements that he had made to a Government agent on ...

  • Boatright v. Sclivia
    421 F2d 949
    Chester A. Boatright appeals from a judgment entered on a jury verdict for defendant-appellee Selivra in a wrongful death action. The action arose from a collision in which an automobile driven by Gar...

  • Baker v. Pidgeon Thomas Company
    422 F2d 744
    Charles Baker was operating a backhoe (a tractor-type vehicle with a rearmounted scoop used for excavating and shoveling) on a construction project in West Memphis, Arkansas, when a steel joist forty ...

  • United States v. Chee
    422 F2d 52
    Chee and one George Roanhorse were charged with assault with a deadly weapon in violation of 18 U.S.C. § 1153 and Ariz.RS § 13-249, subsec. A and assault with intent to commit rape in violat...

  • Adkins v. United States
    421 F2d 692
    Herbert M. Adkins, appellant, appeals from an order denying his motion under Section 2255, Title 28, U.S.C. to vacate his judgment of conviction entered upon his plea of guilty to a charge of bank rob...

  • Baker v. L Wainwright
    422 F2d 145
    This appeal from denial of habeas corpus raises the constitutional rights of the non-confessing defendant in a joint trial situation where the same court appointed counsel represented both indigent de...

  • United States v. F Stemley
    422 F2d 373
    Felton Frank Stemley, Jr. was indicted on two counts for selling untaxed heroin without a prescription. After a jury trial he was convicted on both counts. The appeal presents two contentions: First...

  • United States v. Brooks
    422 F2d 365
    Appellant, James Alvin Brooks, appeals from a judgment of conviction in the United States District Court for the Western District of Louisiana under an indictment which charged him with violating the ...

  • United States v. Capps
    421 F2d 1341
    Appellant was convicted for violating the Dyer Act (18 U.S.C. § 2312). We affirm. Appellant's first contention is that the evidence was insufficient to support his conviction. He relies upon Ju...

  • McClellan v. J Young
    421 F2d 690
    This cause is before the Court on the motion of the Respondent District Judge to dismiss the petition for a writ of mandamus filed in this Court, on the ground that it does not allege any failure on h...

  • United States v. Hines
    419 F2d 173
    In 1967, appellee, Hines, entered a plea of nolo contendere to a violation of 18 U.S.C. § 1952, in that he had used the mails to promote an illegal gambling business. Upon this plea, the trial co...

  • Enriqueta Farias v. United States
    423 F2d 749
    Murry Liftig (argued), San Diego, Cal., for appellant. Joseph A. Milchen (argued), Asst. U. S. Atty., Harry D. Steward, U. S. Atty., San Diego, Cal., for appellee. Before BARNES and HUFSTEDLER, Ci...

  • United States v. J Haggerty
    419 F2d 1003
    Defendant Haggerty is the long time Secretary-Treasurer of the Milk Wagon Drivers Union in Chicago. He was charged, in Count I, with embezzling $25,000 of union funds on July 24, 1962 and, in Count II...

  • Casias v. United States
    421 F2d 1233
    This appeal is from an order denying a petition for a writ of coram nobis. Petitioner Casias is presently confined in the Colorado State Penitentiary, serving a sentence imposed in 1963. See Casias v....

  • Application Of Alfred C Whiton
    420 F2d 1082
    This appeal is from a decision of the Patent Office Board of Appeals affirming the examiner's rejection under 35 U.S.C. § 103 of claims 1-9 appearing in appellant's application as unpatentable ov...

  • Edwards v. United States
    422 F2d 856
    Elmer S. Edwards, petitioner-appellant, appeals from an order of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Kentucky at Covington, denying his motion under Section 2255, Title 18, U....

  • Grayson v. Montgomery
    421 F2d 1306
    After misdemeanor convictions in a Massachusetts state court, plaintiff Grayson sought equitable relief in federal district court under the Civil Rights Act, 42 U.S.C. § 1983. Named as defendants...

  • United States v. G Hamilton
    420 F2d 1096
    David B. Keller, Livingston, Dildine, Haynie & Yoder, Fort Wayne, Ind., for defendant-appellant. Alfred W. Moellering, U. S. Atty., Fort Wayne, Ind., for plaintiff-appellee. Before HASTINGS an...

  • Bucher v. Selective Service System Local Boards Nos Etc
    421 F2d 24
    When the appellants, in symbolic protest against the involvement of the United States in the Vietnam War, turned in their draft Registration Notices and/or Notices of Classification to their local dra...

  • Farmington Dowel Products Co v. Forster Mfg Co
    421 F2d 61
    This case comes to us on cross-appeals from a final judgment in which the district court, on the basis of a special jury verdict, held that defendants Forster Mfg. Co. and Theodore R. Hodgkins violate...

  • United States v. Craft
    421 F2d 693
    Clifton Bert Craft, appellant herein, and three others, Wolfe, Orman, and Horn, were indicted on November 22, 1966, in the United States District Court for the Southern District of California. Count ...

  • Armstrong Jones Co v. Securities and Exchange Commission
    421 F2d 359
    This case is before the Court on a petition for Review of the Findings and Order of the Securities and Exchange Commission (hereinafter "Commission"). The Commission found that petitioners, Armstrong,...

  • United States v. McWilliams
    421 F2d 1083
    The defendant, John McWilliams, was convicted of unlawful purchase and sale of heroin. His conviction was affirmed by this Court in McWilliams v. United States, 394 F.2d 41 (8th Cir. 1968), cert. den...

  • McFadden v. Selective Service System Local Board
    423 F2d 1291
    It is the court's view that McFadden, a registrant, is not entitled to a three-judge district court trial run on his constitutional views as to his draft classification. This is based on our reading o...

  • Creasy v. Leake
    422 F2d 69
    Hazel Newby Creasy, appealing from denial of habeas corpus relief for conviction of murder in the first degree, assigns as error that evidence obtained by illegal search and seizure was improperly adm...

  • Wilbur v. State Of Maine
    421 F2d 1327
    In a strictly legal sense, the only issue presented by counsel's belated motion was a procedural one concerning whether the alleged reason for delay constituted "exceptional circumstances" for purpose...

  • United States v. Camacho
    423 F2d 707
    Four basic contentions are urged on this appeal: (1) That the inference that may be drawn from possession, as provided for in 21 U.S.C. § 174, violates the Fifth Amendment privilege against self...

  • Garcia v. J E Baker
    421 F2d 671
    Appellant Garcia filed a motion under 28 U.S.C. § 2254 which presented as an issue the admissibility of evidence during his trial in a state district court. A jury found him guilty whereupon he w...

  • United States v. De Loy
    421 F2d 900
    In this Dyer Act case the problem of a voluntarily loquacious defendant presents once again the question of the proper limits of the Massiah rule. The defendant, Joseph Florence DeLoy, was found gui...

  • Apschnikat v. United States
    421 F2d 910
    This is an appeal from a judgment of the United States District Court for the Western District of Kentucky against 15 taxpayers. In 1962, the Commissioner levied income tax deficiencies against the t...

  • United States v. S Bandy
    421 F2d 646
    This is another chapter in the voluminous litigation of Roger S. Bandy. Pursuant to 28 U.S.C. 2255, Bandy has appealed to this Court, in forma pauperis, from a denial of his petition by the District ...

  • United States v. Milton
    421 F2d 586
    On trial to the court without a jury, defendant-appellant Milton was found guilty of violating 18 U.S.C. 912. He appeals from the judgment of sentence. The indictment charged that the defendant fal...

  • Smith v. United States
    421 F2d 1300
    This is an appeal, in forma pauperis, of an order entered by the District Court denying the Appellant, an inmate of the United States Penitentiary at Atlanta, his motion for a copy of all records of t...

  • Kay v. United States
    421 F2d 1007
    Appellant and Burnett Alex Miller were jointly charged in a two count indictment with concealing cocaine in violation of 21 U.S.C. 174 and selling cocaine without an order form in violation of 26 U.S....

  • United States v. Terry
    422 F2d 704
    Appellant was charged in a two-count indictment with taking indecent liberties with a minor child (22 D.C.Code § 3501 (1967)) and assault with intent to commit carnal knowledge (22 D.C.Code §...

  • Lawrence Decarlo and Daniel Thomas Decarlo v. United States Of America
    422 F2d 237
    Lawrence and Daniel DeCarlo appeal from their conviction under each of three counts charging: (1) aiding and abetting Michael and Sharilyn Brown in smuggling marihuana which should have been invoiced...

  • Porter v. P Ashmore A C D
    421 F2d 1186
    Lynn Porter was convicted of occupying a house containing gambling paraphernalia in violation of S.C. Code of Laws § 16-515(2) (1962). The South Carolina Supreme Court affirmed his conviction. St...

  • United States v. E Turner
    421 F2d 1251
    Defendant appeals from his conviction and sentence to imprisonment for a term of five years for wilful failure to submit to induction into the Armed Forces in violation of 50 U.S.C. App. § 462. H...

  • United States v. Skinner
    425 F2d 552
    This case is unique in that practically all the critical evidence determinative of guilt was visual evidence presented by means of a court room demonstration. The principal question is whether the tri...

  • Haggard v. State Of Tennessee D
    421 F2d 1384
    Appellant, an inmate of the Tennessee State Penitentiary in Nashville, Tennessee, appeals from an order entered by the District Court denying his petition for a writ of mandamus. The petition sought a...

  • United States v. Walker
    421 F2d 1298
    Appellant was tried and convicted on a two count indictment charging him with unlawful sale of narcotics (heroin) on August 21, 1968. There is only one question at issue before us. A special agent o...

  • Horne v. Georgia Southern and Florida Railway Company
    421 F2d 975
    This is a diversity action for damages, removed from the state court to the federal district court by the Georgia Southern and Florida Railway Company. Larry D. Horne filed two separate actions for th...

  • Kruse v. United States
    422 F2d 849
    Petitioner-appellant Kruse is confined in the United States Penitentiary at Leavenworth, Kansas, by reason of concurrent sentences of five years and twenty years imposed following his 1963 conviction ...

  • Small v. United States Board Of Parole
    421 F2d 1388
    Small was paroled from his federal confinement to the State of Colorado for service of a state sentence, and then released on bond pending an appeal of the state conviction. He is now confined in sta...

  • Smith v. E P Haskins
    421 F2d 1297
    Petitioner-appellant, who is confined in an Ohio penitentiary, was convicted for second degree murder and sentenced to life imprisonment on March 1, 1965. This sentence is to be served consecutively t...

  • Gregory Iv v. United States
    422 F2d 1323
    Appellant was convicted of wilfully and knowingly failing and neglecting 'to perform a duty required of him' under the Military Training and Service Act of 1967 (50 App. U.S.C. 462) in that he refuse...

  • United States v. Thomas
    422 F2d 1327
    Craig Malone Thomas appeals from a judgment finding him guilty of violating 50 U.S.C.App. § 462, refusal to submit to induction. The induction order upon which he was convicted resulted from his ...

  • United States v. Williams
    421 F2d 529
    This is a timely appeal from a judgment of conviction on two counts of narcotic violations, entered on November 21, 1968, in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri. The...

  • Muncrief v. Mobil Oil Company
    421 F2d 801
    Appellant Muncrief filed this diversity action for declaratory judgment in the United States District Court for the Western District of Oklahoma where he sought to impose a constructive trust on speci...

  • United States v. Mack
    421 F2d 160
    For falsely altering and uttering a United States Treasury check at Norfolk, Virginia, James Kenneth Mack was found guilty and sentenced in August, 1969 under 18 U.S.C. 495, which relevantly declares...

  • Gebhard v. United States
    422 F2d 281
    On September 1, 1967 the federal grand jury for the Central District of California indicted Gebhard on eight counts of perjury. On November 30, 1967 the original indictment was superseded and Gebhard...

  • United States v. Weaver
    423 F2d 1126
    Appellant Weaver was convicted of refusing to submit to induction into the armed forces in violation of 50 U.S.C.App. 462. We affirm. Weaver's contention that the order to report for induction was ...

  • United States v. Fruchtman
    421 F2d 1019
    The appellant, Irwin Fruchtman, was charged in a four-count indictment with two conspiracies and two substantive offenses growing out of his alleged interference with a Federal Trade Commission invest...

  • United States v. Perkins
    421 F2d 627
    This direct appeal from judgment of conviction on charges of using the mails to defraud is in an unusual posture. Appellant Perkins was represented in the District Court by appointive counsel. He a...

  • Way v. H Crouse
    421 F2d 145
    Way is confined in the Kansas State Penitentiary, serving sentences imposed in October, 1967, upon his plea of guilty to second degree burglary, and possession of a firearm after conviction of a felon...

  • United States v. Crutchfield
    422 F2d 399
    Samuel Leonard Crutchfield failed to report for induction into the Armed Forces of the United States as ordered by his Selective Service Board. From his conviction on July 30, 1969 in the Federal Cour...

  • Jimenez v. United States
    421 F2d 1401
    Helinda Jimenez was convicted on a two-count indictment charging her with violations of 21 U.S.C. 174 (1964). Her conviction was based upon her discovered possession of heroin. We affirmed that conv...

  • Allen v. Stynchcombe
    421 F2d 1399
    This appeal is from the denial of a petition for writ of habeas corpus without an evidentiary hearing. The contention is that a plea of guilty was induced by the promises of a deceased state prosecut...

  • Hall v. Hocker
    422 F2d 1320
    Franklin L. Hall, presently incarcerated in Nevada State Prison, appeals from a district court order denying his application for a writ of habeas corpus. Hall's purpose in applying for habeas relief w...

  • United States v. Bless
    422 F2d 210
    Robert M. Morgenthau, U.S. Atty., for the Southern District of New York, Daniel J. Sullivan and David A. Luttinger, Asst. U.S. Attys. (on the brief), for appellee. Edward Bless, pro se. Before LU...

  • United States v. G Crockett
    421 F2d 649
    Appellant was found guilty in a court tried case on two counts of an indictment charging violation of 26 U.S.C. 4704(a). Count I alleged that on or about April 1, 1968, appellant did unlawfully sell,...

  • United States v. Tritico
    421 F2d 674
    The defendant, Newton David Tritico, appeals in forma pauperis from an order of the United States District Court for the Western District of Missouri refusing to correct the sentences he is currently ...

  • United States v. G Howard
    421 F2d 1359
    The court finds as to defendant-appellant William G. Howard insufficient evidence to sustain the conviction. As to him, the judgment is reversed. ...

  • Marcus v. National Life Insurance Company
    422 F2d 626
    The District Court entered judgment for defendant-appellee, National Life Insurance Company, after hearing by the Court on Count I, trial by jury on Count I having been waived, and after the close of ...

  • United States v. Yarbrough
    422 F2d 1328
    In a jury trial Yarbrough was found guilty of having transported a stolen motor vehicle in interstate commerce. 18 U.S.C. 2312. In his appeal from the judgment of conviction, Yarbrough contends that...

  • Williams v. W Turner
    421 F2d 168
    The appellee, Eltesa Williams, while a prisoner in the Utah State Penitentiary, brought this habeas corpus proceeding seeking his release on the ground that he pleaded guilty to a crime not charged in...

  • Carr v. E P Perini
    421 F2d 1404
    Petitioner, a state prisoner confined in an Ohio institution after conviction for the offense of receiving stolen property, has appealed from an order denying his petition for writ of habeas corpus. ...

  • Price v. W Turner
    421 F2d 191
    This is an appeal by the Warden of the Utah State Penitentiary from an order granting a writ of habeas corpus and releasing Frank Price, a prisoner in the Penitentiary. From the brief record and a col...

  • Andrus v. W Turner L Bronson
    421 F2d 290
    These habeas corpus cases present identical issues and have been consolidated for disposition on appeal. Each petitioner was convicted and sentenced in the state courts of Utah for violation of the in...

  • Equitable Fire and Marine Insurance Company v. Allied Steel Construction Company
    421 F2d 512
    Equitable Fire and Marine Insurance Company, appellant, brought this declaratory judgment action against Allied Steel, and others, to determine its liability on an insurance policy issued by Equitable...

  • United States v. Nichols
    421 F2d 570
    The defendant, Charles Leo Nichols, was charged, in a one count indictment, with traveling interstate 'with intent to * * * facilitate the * * * carrying on of an unlawful activity * * *' in violation...

  • United States v. Dockery
    421 F2d 585
    Convicted of possession of whisky upon which the tax had not been paid, the defendant has appealed. The evidence to support the conviction was abundant. In the conduct of the trial we find no error...

  • United States v. Williams
    421 F2d 600
    The jury found defendant-appellant guilty on each count of a two-count indictment charging violations of 50 U.S.C. App. § 462(a) and he appeals from the judgment imposing sentence. The counts mus...

  • Pacific National Insurance Company v. United States
    422 F2d 26
    Pacific National Insurance Company, as surety, wrote payment and performance bonds on six government construction contracts awarded to Central States Construction and Equipment Company. Central exhau...

  • United States v. Soto
    421 F2d 1360
    Irrespective of Leary v. United States, 395 U.S. 6, 89 S.Ct. 1532, 23 L.Ed.2d 57 (1969) the Court finds the evidence just too thin to sustain a conviction. ...

  • Devers v. People Of State Of California F
    422 F2d 1263
    Appellant Devers is a California state prisoner. In 1964, he was sentenced to life imprisonment following his plea of guilty to first degree murder. The homicide occurred during the robbery of a servi...

  • United States v. Ravich
    421 F2d 1196
    Ronald Raymond Ravich and Edward McConnell were convicted in the District Court for the Eastern District of New York, after trial before Judge Zavatt and a jury, of bank robbery, bank robbery with the...

  • National Labor Relations Board v. Twin City Carpenters District Council
    422 F2d 309
    In this case respondent Twin City Carpenters District Council (the Union), which bargains for and represents carpenters, cabinet makers and millworkers union locals in the Minneapolis-St. Paul (Twin C...

  • Black v. Curb McNeir
    422 F2d 656
    Negro residents of Hale and Wilcox Counties, Alabama, brought these two class actions in the District Court in 1965 against the jury commissioners in each county. The alleged systematic exclusion of N...

  • Washington v. L Wainwright
    423 F2d 34
    We have concluded on the merits that oral argument is unnecessary in this case. Accordingly, we have directed the Clerk to place the case on the Summary Calendar and to notify the parties of this fact...

  • United States v. Henderson
    422 F2d 454
    Buster Jerry Henderson appeals from a seven-count narcotic conviction. Five counts charged him with receiving, concealing, selling, and facilitating the concealment, transportation, and sale of heroin...

  • Shea v. N Mitchell
    421 F2d 1162
    As a gesture of protest against American involvement in the Vietnam war, appellant Shea sent his Selective Service Notice of Classification to his draft board in April 1967. Subsequently Shea refused...

  • United States v. Dyer
    421 F2d 1332
    A jury found defendant-appellant guilty of failure to report for induction into the armed forces of the United States in violation of 50 U.S.C. App. 462(a) and he was sentenced to an indeterminate ter...

  • United States v. Semensohn
    421 F2d 1206
    Appellant Semensohn, following a jury trial in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York, appeals his conviction upon both counts of a two count indictment. He was convict...

  • Boyle v. Landry H A
    422 F2d 631
    Several individuals and ACT, an unincorporated association, filed this "class" civil rights action alleging defendants, pursuant to a concerted unlawful scheme, were using, inter alia, "unconstitution...

  • Humble Oil Refining Company v. Tug Crochet Ml United States
    422 F2d 602
    These appeals come from an action in admiralty for damage to a tug-pushed barge and its cargo resulting from a collision at a crossing on the Mississippi River with the wreck of a sunken barge which h...

  • United States v. Lookretis
    422 F2d 647
    Defendant appeals his conviction, rendered after a jury verdict of guilty, for violation of 18 U.S.C. 1952 and 2. The indictment contained three counts and charged defendant with the use, on three sp...

  • Gleason v. Chain Service Restaurant
    422 F2d 342
    This is an appeal from the grant of an injunction ordering defendants to restore plaintiff Gleason to membership in defendant union. The court below found that the procedures followed in the expulsio...

  • United States v. Surgeon
    421 F2d 119
    Willie James Surgeon, an inmate of the federal penitentiary at Leavenworth, appeals from the district court's denial of his motion under Rule 35, Fed.R.Crim.P., for correction of sentences. Surgeon so...

  • Chambers v. United States
    422 F2d 379
    This appeal is taken from an order of the District Court denying the motion of a federal convict to vacate sentence pursuant to 28 U.S.C.A. 2255. We affirm. Chambers is serving a fifteen-year sente...

  • Moran v. L Wainwright
    421 F2d 1389
    In this pro se case appellant has failed to file a brief within the time fixed by Rule 31, F.R.A.P., and it is therefore appropriate to dispose of this case summarily pursuant to Rule 9(c) (2) of this...

  • United States v. Thompson
    422 F2d 1104
    Paul Houston Thompson, appellant herein, was indicted and charged with violation of Title 18, U.S.C.A., Sections 2312 and 2313, for transporting a stolen vehicle in interstate commerce and concealing ...

  • Breen v. J Beto
    421 F2d 945
    This is an appeal from an order of the United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas denying a petition for writ of habeas corpus. Petitioner John J. Breen submits that the district...

  • United States v. M Gammill
    421 F2d 185
    The defendant-appellant was indicted, convicted, and sentenced for a narcotic violation. On this appeal he challenges the sufficiency of the indictment and the power of the district court to amend. ...

  • United States v. Sher
    421 F2d 784
    Appellant, in the District Court for the Western District of Washington, was convicted of receiving and possessing a firearm in violation of 26 U.S.C. § 5851 which had been transferred in violati...

  • Ross v. Chesapeake and Ohio Railway Company
    421 F2d 328
    Appellant was injured while working for the Chesapeake & Ohio Railway Company (hereinafter "appellee") and brought suit against his employer under the Federal Employers' Liability Act (F.E.L.A.), ...

  • United States v. Lasalandra
    421 F2d 1261
    Appellant appeals his conviction on two counts of unlawfully importing and unlawfully concealing and facilitating the importation of heroin into the United States, in violation of 21 U.S.C. 174. Appe...

  • Hughes v. Mobil Oil Corporation
    421 F2d 1248
    This is the second appearance of this case in this court. In the first appearance we concluded that the issue of the scope of employment of appellant's employee Jurenka was a matter for the jury. We...

  • United States v. Canty
    422 F2d 358
    The three appellants were found guilty by a jury of bank robbery in violation of 18 U.S.C. 2113(a), and aiding and abetting in bank robbery in violation of 18 U.S.C. 2. * All of the appellants compl...

  • United States v. M Daniels
    421 F2d 155
    During a prison riot, the defendant obtained a metal fence post, some five or six feet in length. Wielding it as a club, he attempted to strike a guard. He then hurled it as a javelin, striking the ...

  • United States v. Marti
    421 F2d 1263
    Appellant Marti was indicted along with nine other defendants on two counts of conspiracy to transport obscene materials in interstate commerce for the purpose of sale and distribution, in violation o...

  • Roeder v. Alcoa Steamship Co
    422 F2d 971
    This is an appeal from the District Court's order of January 3, 1969, granting summary judgment to a seaman suing for wrongfully withheld wages. The District Court's order was based on the facts all...

  • Doran v. United States
    421 F2d 865
    Peter J. Hughes (argued), of Sheela, Lightner, Hughes, Hilmen & Castro, San Diego, Cal., for appellant. Joseph A. Milchen (argued), Asst. U. S. Atty., Harry D. Steward, U. S. Atty., San Diego, C...

  • United States v. Jackson
    422 F2d 975
    Harry Earl Jackson appeals from a judgment, entered upon a jury's verdict, finding him guilty of both counts of an indictment which charged him and others with conspiracy to receive and have possessio...

  • Star Towing Company v. Harvester Supply Company
    421 F2d 628
    This is a suit in admiralty for towage services performed on the Mississippi River within the State of Louisiana. It was filed against several defendants and there is no dispute that the services were...

  • United States Cole v. W Follette
    421 F2d 952
    This is an appeal from an order of the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York, Marvin E. Frankel, J., granting Frank Cole's petition for a writ of habeas corpus and dischar...

  • Marcus v. United States
    422 F2d 752
    This is an appeal from a conviction for failure to file individual tax returns for the years 1959, 1960 and 1961, as required by Section 6012(a) (1) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954, 26 U.S.C. &#x...

  • United States v. I Birnbaum
    421 F2d 993
    Saul I. Birnbaum was twice tried and convicted in the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York on a 1961 indictment for bribing and conspiracy to bribe an Internal Revenue ag...

  • United States v. Sutton
    421 F2d 1394
    Ironically, with the ink scarcely dry on our opinion affirming co-defendants' convictions for the underlying moonshine offenses, United States v. Campbell, 5 Cir., 1969, 419 F.2d 1144 [Dec. 2, 1969], ...

  • United States v. Sartain
    422 F2d 387
    Appellant, James David Sartain (hereinafter Sartain), was convicted in the United States District Court for the Central District of California following a trial by jury for bank robbery in violation o...

  • United States v. Marizal
    421 F2d 836
    We have concluded on the merits that this case is of such character as not to justify oral argument. Accordingly, we have directed the Clerk to place the case on the Summary Calendar and to notify th...

  • United States v. Lukenbill
    421 F2d 849
    Lukenbill was convicted of causing his daughter to forge an endorsement on a government check at Spokane in the Northern Division of the Eastern District of Washington. The material events in the ca...

  • United States v. Teeslink
    421 F2d 768
    On November 1, 1967, appellant, Clarence Edward Teeslink (hereinafter Teeslink), enlisted in the United States Marine Corps. On December 16, 1967, he went absent without official leave and traveled to...

  • Amalgamated Clothing Workers v. National Labor Relations Board
    424 F2d 818
    These cases come to us upon petitions to review by Winfield Manufacturing Company, Inc. (the Company) and Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America (the Union), and a cross application by the National L...

  • United States v. L Johnson
    421 F2d 1342
    David L. Johnson appeals his conviction for robbery of a federally insured institution in violation of 18 U.S.C. §§ 2113 and 2. At trial, the government proved that appellant's wife entered ...

  • Olson v. California Adult Authority
    423 F2d 1326
    Daniel Olson, appellant herein, a California state prisoner, filed a civil rights action against the California Adult Authority in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Califor...

  • Simberlund v. Long Island Rail Road Company H A A A
    421 F2d 1219
    This case has its origins in the efforts of the Long Island Rail Road to alleviate the shortage of engineers which developed on its road during the Second World War. The Long Island normally secured ...

  • Securities and Exchange Commission v. Wall Street Transcript Corporation A
    422 F2d 1371
    On July 27, 1967, the Securities and Exchange Commission ordered an investigation of the Wall Street Transcript Corp., pursuant to 209(a) of the Investment Advisers Act of 1940, 15 U.S.C. 80b-9(a), to...

  • Freedman v. United States
    421 F2d 1293
    Early in December 1968, the Grand Jury of the United States District Court for the Southern District of California secretly indicted Freedman at the same time it also separately indicted many named an...

  • United States v. Guadalupe Garza
    421 F2d 876
    Appellant appeals from a judgment convicting him for a violation of 21 U.S.C. 174 (smuggling heroin) and a violation of 18 U.S.C. 111 (assaulting a federal officer). A five-year sentence was imposed ...

  • United States v. Carlson
    423 F2d 431
    Duane Ivan Carlson, Jerome Nicholas Diemert, Mervyn Edward Henderson, Ervin John White and Milton James Dix were convicted of conspiring to rob banks in a Seattle, Washington suburb in violation of 18...

  • Ehlert v. United States
    422 F2d 332
    Appellant, on June 14, 1964, was ordered to report for induction and thereafter sought to reopen his classification in order to establish his status as a conscientious objector. Subsequently, he was ...

  • United States v. A Long
    422 F2d 712
    Appellant was tried before a jury and convicted of robbery by snatching a wallet containing $13.00 from complainant. He has been sentenced by the district court to a term of imprisonment of four-to-tw...

  • United States v. Brooks
    422 F2d 367
    Brooks appeals from his conviction on two counts of an indictment charging violation of 21 U.S.C. 174 by receiving, concealing, and facilitating the transportation of heroin and by selling and facilit...

  • United States v. Edwards
    421 F2d 1346
    Appellant appeals from a conviction for violating the Dyer Act (18 U.S.C. § 2312). He contends that the District Court erred in denying, in part, his motion to exclude evidence illegally obtained...

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