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GOLDSTEIN V. UNITED STATES, 316 U. S. 114 (1942)

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Goldstein v. United States, 316 U.S. 114 (1942)

Goldstein v. United States

No. 256

Argued February 6, 1942

Decided April 27, 1942

316 U.S. 114


Section 605 of the Federal Communications Act does not render inadmissible in a criminal trial in a federal court, testimony (otherwise admissible) of witnesses who were induced to testify by the use, in advance of the trial, of communications intercepted in violation of the Act, but to which communications the defendants were not parties. P. 316 U. S. 117.

120 F.2d 485 affirmed.

Certiorari, 314 U.S. 588, to review the affirmance of convictions of using the mails to defraud and of conspiracy to do so.

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