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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 ...

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Constitutional: Judgment Debtor Exam – Compelled Testimony – Self Incrimination

State ex rel. David M. Nothum v. Walsh III (MLW No. 63972/Case No. SC92268 – 20 pages) (Supreme Court of Missouri, Stith, J.; Teitelman, C.J., and Miller and Del Muro, Sp. J., concur; Fischer, J., dissents in separate opinion filed; Russell and Breckenridge, JJ., concur in opinion of Fischer, J.; Draper and Price, JJ., not participating)

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