In a prosecution against defendant for violation of the White Slave Traffic Act, the trial judge instructed the jury that defendant's failure to testify should not be considered by them in determining his guilt or innocence. On appeal from conviction, held, there was no error in this instruction. United States v. Fleenor, (C.C.A. 7th, 1947) 162 F. (2d) 935.
Carson C. Grunewald,
CRIMINAL LAW-FAILURE OF ACCUSED TO TESTIFY--EXTENT OF JUDGE'S INSTRUCTION IN FEDERAL COURTS,
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