Defendant was summoned for jury duty in a celebrated mail fraud case. On voir dire examination she deliberately concealed the fact that at one time the defendants had been her employers, and falsely stated that her mind was free from bias. Accepted as a juror, she attempted to discredit the government's case to fellow jurors, refused to listen to their arguments, and after one week's deliberation in the jury room continued to cast the only vote for acquittal. Held, that this conduct was a contempt of court in that it was an obstruction of the processes of justice. Clark v. United States, (U. S. 1933) 1 United States Daily's Law Journal 1.