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STROUD V. UNITED STATES, 251 U. S. 380 (1920)

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Stroud v. United States, 251 U.S. 380 (1920)

Stroud v. United States

No. 27

Petition for rehearing

Decided January 19, 1920

251 U.S. 380


Possible error in overruling a challenge for cause in this case was not prejudicial in view of the number of peremptory challenge allowed to, and their use by, the accused and the absence of any indication that the jury was not impartial. The former decision, ante, 251 U. S. 15, reexamined on this point and approved.

Rehearing denied.

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