United States v. Zucker,
161 U.S. 475 (1896)

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United States v. Zucker, 161 U.S. 475 (1896)

United States v. Zucker

No. 794

Argued January 14, 1896

Decided March 2, 1896

161 U.S. 475


In an action against importers brought to recover from them the value of merchandise, originally belonging to them, and alleged to have been forfeited to the United States under the provisions of the Customs Administrative Act of June 10, 1890, c. 407, § 9, the defendants cannot demand as of right that they shall be confronted at the trial with witnesses who testify in behalf of the government.

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