Miroyan v. United States,
439 U.S. 1338 (1978)

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Miroyan v. United States, 439 U.S. 1338 (1978)

Miroyan v. United States

No. A-99

Decided August 8, 1978*

439 U.S. 1338


Applications to stay, pending the filing and disposition of a petition for certiorari, Court of Appeals' mandate issued upon affirming applicants' drug convictions against the contention that evidence obtained through the use of a "beeper" attached to an airplane used by applicants to import marihuana into the country violated applicants' rights under the Search and Seizure Clause of the Fourth Amendment is denied, where it appears unlikely that four Justices of this Court would vote to grant certiorari.

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