Yasui v. United States,
320 U.S. 115 (1943)

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Yasui v. United States, 320 U.S. 115 (1943)

Yasui v. United States

No. 871

Argued May 11, 1943

Decided June 21, 1943

320 U.S. 115


The conviction of a person of Japanese ancestry for violation of a curfew order is sustained upon the authority of Hirabayashi v. United States, ante p. 320 U. S. 81; although, for purposes stated in the opinion, the cause is remanded to the District Court. P. 320 U. S. 117.

48 F.Supp. 40, affirmed.

Response to questions certified by the Circuit Court of Appeals upon an appeal to that court from a conviction in the District Court for violation of a curfew order. This Court directed that the entire record be certified so that the case could be determined as if brought here by appeal.

Page 320 U. S. 116

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