Mogall v. United States,
333 U.S. 424 (1948)

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Mogall v. United States, 333 U.S. 424 (1948)

Mogall v. United States

No. 48

Argued October 16, 1947

Decided March 8, 1948

333 U.S. 424


The Selective Service Regulations imposed no legal obligation upon an employer of a registrant under the Selective Training and Service Act to report to the local draft board facts which might have resulted in the registrant's being placed in a different draft classification, and an employer's failure to make such reports was not a violation of § 11 of the Act. P. 333 U. S. 425.

158 F.2d 792 reversed.

Petitioner was convicted of a violation of § 11 of the Selective Training and Service Act. The Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed. 158 F.2d 792. This Court granted certiorari. 331 U.S. 797. Reversed, p. 333 U. S. 425.

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