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" There is no question that the defendant intentionally maintained his storehouse and managed his business in the way described. It may be assumed that' he intended not to break the law but only to get as near to the line as he could, which he had a right... "
The Impact of the Complexity of the Tax Code on Small Business: What Can be ... - Page 151
by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Small Business. Subcommittee on Tax, Finance, and Exports - 2001 - 198 pages
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Oversight of Civil Aeronautics Board Practices and Procedures: Hearings ...

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee on Administrative Practice and Procedure - 1976 - 2478 pages
...defendant iutcn- . tionnlly rvinunincJ. his storehouse and man-v.cd his business in the way described. It may be assumed that he intended not to break the law but only to (Footnote continued) - 9 On the basis of the foregoing analysis, it is ray opinion that the Air Europe...
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General Principles of Criminal Law

Jerome Hall - Law - 2010 - 642 pages
...doctrine is grounded in a 736 The Works of Jeremy Bentham 519-20 (Bowring ed. 1843). ~>*Cf. Holmes, J.,: "It may be assumed that he intended not to break the law . . . but if the conduct described crossed the line, the fact that he desired to keep within it will not help...
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Civil Aeronautics Board Reports, Volume 61

United States. Civil Aeronautics Board - Aeronautics, Commercial - 1973
...the defendant intentionally maintained his storehouse and managed his business in the way described. It may be assumed that he intended not to break the...the line, the fact that he desired to keep within it would not help him. It means only that he misconceived the law. When Voyager began to hold itself out...
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