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U.S. v. Ramey

United States Court of Appeals, Fourth Circuit
Jun 20, 2000
217 F.3d 842 (4th Cir. 2000)

Summary

upholding defendant's conviction under federal arson statute for burning mobile home because supplying the mobile home with electricity from interstate power grid sufficiently affected interstate commerce

Summary of this case from Selma Med. Ctr. v. Fontenot

Opinion

No. 98-7069.

June 20, 2000.

S.D.W.Va., 10 F.Supp.2d 599.


DECISIONS WITHOUT PUBLISHED OPINIONS

Vacated


Summaries of

U.S. v. Ramey

United States Court of Appeals, Fourth Circuit
Jun 20, 2000
217 F.3d 842 (4th Cir. 2000)

upholding defendant's conviction under federal arson statute for burning mobile home because supplying the mobile home with electricity from interstate power grid sufficiently affected interstate commerce

Summary of this case from Selma Med. Ctr. v. Fontenot
Case details for

U.S. v. Ramey

Case Details

Full title:U.S. v. Ramey

Court:United States Court of Appeals, Fourth Circuit

Date published: Jun 20, 2000

Citations

217 F.3d 842 (4th Cir. 2000)

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