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Criminal – Hobbs Act – Extortion – Campaign Contribution – Quid Pro Quo – Jury Instruction (access required)

Where the 4th Circuit earlier reversed defendant's conviction under the Hobbs Act because the jury instructions did not require proof of a quid pro quo in connection with defendant's receipt of an alleged campaign contribution, the court remains convinced upon hearing reargument after the Supreme Court's decision in Evans v. U.S., 112 S.Ct. 1881 (1992), ...

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