United States v. Halsey, Stuart & Co., Inc.,
296 U.S. 451 (1935)

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United States v. Halsey, Stuart & Co., Inc., 296 U.S. 451 (1935)

United States v. Halsey, Stuart & Co., Inc.

No. 109

Argued December 11, 1935

Decided December 23, 1935

296 U.S. 451


1. A motion to quash, challenging the sufficiency of an indictment in the light of a bill of particulars, held not special plea in bar within the meaning of the Criminal Appeals Act. P. 296 U. S. 452.

2. A judgment sustaining such a motion is not reviewable under the Act when it does not appear that it was based upon the invalidity or construction of the statute upon which the indictment was founded. Id.

Appeal dismissed.

Appeal from an order quashing an indictment charging fraudulent use of the mails. See 4 F.Supp. 662.

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