Roberts v. United States,
389 U.S. 18 (1967)

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Roberts v. United States, 389 U.S. 18 (1967)

Roberts v. United States

No. 330

Decided October 16, 1967

389 U.S. 18


Court of Appeals held to have erred in denying petitioner's alternative motion for an evidentiary hearing in the District Court to determine whether he was prejudiced by monitoring where it had granted his codefendant, following this Court's remand in Levine v. United States, 383 U. S. 265, a new trial based on the Government's disclosure that the FBI after the indictment had monitored conversations between the codefendant and the latter's attorney.

Certiorari granted; 376 F.2d 993, vacated and remanded.

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