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Manton v. United States - Significance, "without Regard To The Merits", "conspiracy Constitutes The Offense"

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Appellants

Martin T. Manton, George M. Spector

Appellee

United States

Appellants' Claim

Reversal of conviction for conspiracy to obstruct the administration of justice and to defraud the United States, and dismissal of sentence.

Chief Lawyers for Appellants

William J. Hughes, Harry E. Rat

Chief Lawyer for Appellee

John T. Cahill

Judges

George Sutherland, Harlan F. Stone, Charles E. Clark

Place

New York, New York

Date of Decision

4 December 1939

Decision

Manton's conviction was upheld. He was sentenced to two years imprisonment and $10,000 fine.

Further Readings

  • "Ex-Judge Manton of U.S. Bench Here." The New York Times, November 18, 1946, p. 23
  • "Manton Conviction in Sale of Justice Upheld on Appeal." New York Times, December 5, 1939, p. 1.
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