Casey v. United States,
343 U.S. 808 (1952)

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Casey v. United States, 343 U.S. 808 (1952)

Casey v. United States

No. 379

Submitted March 3, 1952

Decided June 9, 1952

343 U.S. 808


In this case, in which conflicting views as to the facts on the controlling issue and the inferences to be drawn from them would have to be resolved, the Solicitor General's confession of error, leaving the way open for a new trial, is accepted, and the judgment of conviction is reversed as to all the petitioners.

191 F.2d 1 reversed.

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