Brown v. United States
150 U.S. 93 (1893)

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Brown v. United States, 150 U.S. 93 (1893)

Brown v. United States

No. 758

Submitted October 19, 1893

Decided November 6, 1893

150 U.S. 93

Syllabus

The ruling in Logan v. United States,144 U. S. 263, that

"upon an indictment for conspiracy, acts or declarations of one conspirator, made after the conspiracy has ended, or not in furtherance of the conspiracy, are not admissible in evidence against the other conspirators"

affirmed and followed.

The case is stated in the opinion.

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