Ex parte Grossman
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District of Illinois
That the president's pardon covers all offenses in the case of the petitioner, and the courts may not convict the petitioner of crimes that have been pardoned.
Chief Lawyer for Petitioner
Louis J. Behan
Chief Lawyers for Respondent
Amos C. Miller, F. Bruce Johnstone
Justices for the Court
Louis D. Brandeis, Pierce Butler, Oliver Wendell Holmes, Joseph McKenna, James Clark McReynolds, Edward Terry Sanford, George Sutherland, William Howard Taft (writing for the Court), Willis Van Devanter
Date of Decision
2 March 1925
The Supreme Court ruled that the president could pardon all offenses except in cases of impeachment.
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- Robbins, James S. "Pardon Me, Mr. President." Washington Times, January 2, 1997.
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