Julian v. United States,
463 U.S. 1308 (1983)

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Julian v. United States, 463 U.S. 1308 (1983)

Julian v. United States

No. A-1071

Decided July 13, 1983

463 U.S. 1308


An application for bail pending disposition of applicant's petition for certiorari to review the Court of Appeals' judgment -- which affirmed his conviction and sentences for attempted importation of narcotics, making false statements to a Government official, in violation of 18 U.S.C. § 1001, and failing to file a report in connection with the transportation of more than $5,000 outside the United States, in violation of 31 U.S.C. § 1101 -- is denied. None of the contentions raised by applicant, including issues relating to statutory construction and double jeopardy principles, is likely to command the vote of four Justices to grant certiorari.

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