cfp '94 transcript

Senator Bedfellow samman at CS.YALE.EDU
Mon Mar 28 18:23:11 PST 1994

> Also note that the Fifth Circuit recently discarded the "exculpatory no"
> defense to Sec. 1001.  See _United States v. Rodriguez-Rios_, No. 92-
> 8257 (5th Cir. 2/11/94) (Smith, J.).  Reported at 54 CrimLRptr 1528.
> Now, in the Fifth Circuit, you can't even say "No, I never did/say/thought
> that" without committing a crime!

Maybe I'm not as well versed in legal matters as y'all but what is the
'exculpatory no'?


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