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United States v. Moore, 486 F.2d 1139 (D.C. Cir. 1973), was a case decided by the D.C. Circuit that refused to recognize a common law affirmative defense of addiction in a criminal prosecution for the possession of heroin. Decision[edit]. The defendant Moore was charged with the possession of heroin, and in his defense ...


Facts. Appellant was convicted for possession of heroin. Appellant argued that he lost the power of self-control with regard to his addiction and could not control his behavior. Under prior Supreme Court of the United States precedent, this was sufficient to allow him to present addiction as demonstrating he lacked the ...


ORDER AS TO MARK MILLER THAT THE PRO SE 298 MOTION FOR NEW TRIAL PURSUANT TO RULE 33 IS DENIED. Signed by HONORABLE JOHN R. PADOVA on 6/11/2012.6/11/2012 Entered and Copies Mailed TO PRO SE, E- Mailed. (ap, ). June 21, 2012. PDF | More. MEMORANDUM AS TO MARK MILLER.


Feb 28, 2017 ... USA v. Moore et al, Case No. 9:15-cr-80003 in the Florida Southern District Court .


Jul 29, 2011 ... Case opinion for US DC Circuit UNITED STATES v. MOORE. Read the Court's full decision on FindLaw.


12/20/2017, 12/14/2017, 17-cr-237, USA v. MOORE, Minute Entry granting Oral Motion to Unseal Case. 12/14/2017, 12/08/2017, 17-cr-233, USA v. JENKINS, et al, Minute Entry granting Oral Motion to Unseal Case. 12/13/2017, 12/08/2017, 17-cr-234, USA v. JOHNSON, et al, Minute Entry granting Oral Motion to Unseal ...


Mar 2, 2007 ... United States v. Rice et al. Page 2. 1. The Defendants-Appellees are Reginald Shantez Rice, Jose-Alberto Jimenez-Huerta, German Jose Jimenez-. Huerta, Marshall ... Yolanda Raymel Walker, Damon L. Sheppard, Montez Marcellus Moore, and Terrell Gray (“the defendants”). MOORE, J., delivered the ...


144 U.S. 310 (12 S.Ct. 609, 36 L.Ed. 445). UNITED STATES v. SANGES et al. Decided: April 4, 1892. opinion, GRAY [HTML]. Indictment of George Sanges, Dennis Alexander, Isaac Smith, and Charles Porter for murder. The United States sued out error upon a judgment for defendants sustaining their demurrer to the ...


Apr 26, 2006 ... The syllabus constitutes no part of the opinion of the Court but has been prepared by the Reporter of Decisions for the convenience of the reader. See United States v. Detroit Timber & Lumber Co., 200 U. S. 321, 337. SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES. Syllabus. HARTMAN ET AL. v. MOORE.