Redmond v. United States,
384 U.S. 264 (1966)

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Redmond v. United States, 384 U.S. 264 (1966)

Redmond v. United States

No. 1056

Decided May 23, 1966

384 U.S. 264


Solicitor General's motion to vacate and remand with instructions to dismiss information granted, based on ground that federal obscenity statute violation charged against petitioners, a married couple who sent allegedly obscene private correspondence through the mail in circumstances which were not aggravated, contravened Government's prosecutorial policy.

Certiorari granted; 355 F. 2d 446, vacated and remanded to the District Court.

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