Dysart v. United States,
272 U.S. 655 (1926)

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Dysart v. United States, 272 U.S. 655 (1926)

Dysart v. United States

No. 102

Submitted November 23, 1926

Decided December 13, 1926

272 U.S. 655


Letters advertising a home for the care and protection of pregnant unmarried women and their infants are not "obscene, lewd or lascivious" within § 211, Crim.Code, even when mailed, without excuse, to refined women. Swearingen v. United States, 161 U. S. 446. P. 272 U. S. 656.

4 F.2d 765 reversed.

Page 272 U. S. 656

Certiorari (268 U.S. 687) to a judgment of the circuit court of appeals affirming a conviction for mailing an obscene, lewd, and lascivious card and letter.

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