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Criminal Law: Affirmative Defense-Self-Incrimination-Pretrial Conference

Where a defendant in a mail and wire-fraud case argued that the district court erred by refusing to allow him to present affirmative defenses based on perceived government authority, the defendant failed to show apparent authority, so the court did not err in preventing him from raising a public authority defense at trial, and the ...

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