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Criminal – Concealing Government Property – Limitations – Continuing Offense (access required)

Where the criminal information charges defendant with "concealing and retaining" certain stolen government property in violation of 18 U.S.C. § 641 and alleges that the crime was committed "on or about October 15, 1987," the district court rejects defendant's argument that his alleged crime of concealment and retention is barred by the statute of ...

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