The Jane v. United States,
11 U.S. 363 (1813)

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The Jane v. United States, 11 U.S. 7 Cranch 363 363 (1813)

The Jane v. United States

11 U.S. (7 Cranch) 363


Decided: in a prosecution against a vessel for a violation of a law of the United States, it is not necessary to adduce positive testimony of the identity of the vessel.

This was an appeal from the sentence of the Circuit Court for the District of Maryland reversing that of the district court, which condemned the schooner Jane for violation of the nonintercourse act.

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