Defendants, a man and woman, were indicted and convicted under the conspiracy statute for conspiring together to violate the Mann Act, the only evidence of the woman's cooperation being her mere consent to transportation for immoral purposes. The conviction was affirmed by the court of appeals, and reversed by the Supreme Court of the United States on the ground that the evidence was insufficient to support the conviction of the woman. Gebardi v. United States, (U.S. 1932), 53 Sup. Ct. 35.