Kramer v. United States,
245 U.S. 478 (1918)

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Kramer v. United States, 245 U.S. 478 (1918)

Kramer v. United States

No. 680

Argued December 13, 14, 1917

Decided January 14, 1918

245 U.S. 478


After an examination of the entire record, the Court finds no merit in the contention that the case should have been withheld from the jury for want of evidence tending to show the accused guilty of the crime charged -- a conspiracy (with overt acts) to violate the Selective Draft Law, by dissuading persons from registering.

As to other questions, the case is indistinguishable from Goldman v. United States, ante, 245 U. S. 474, and is decided on the authority of that case and the Selective Draft Law cases, ante, 245 U. S. 366.


The case is stated in the opinion.

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