Motion of United States in Limine to Prevent Defendants from Introducing EvidenceRegarding the Effects of Punishment or a Conviction

Date: 
Monday, April 20, 1998
Document Type: 
Evidentiary Motions, Memoranda, and Orders
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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF FLORIDA

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,
                  v.

ATLAS IRON PROCESSORS, INC.,   
et al.,

         Defendants.

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CASE NO. 97-0853-CR-NESBITT

Magistrate Judge Robert L. Dubé
(February 11, 1998, Order of Reference)

MOTION OF UNITED STATES
IN LIMINE TO PREVENT DEFENDANTS
FROM INTRODUCING EVIDENCE
REGARDING THE EFFECTS OF
PUNISHMENT OR A CONVICTION

The United States moves the Court in limine to prevent the defendants from introducing evidence regarding the effects of a conviction or punishment. A Memorandum in Support is attached.

    Respectfully submitted,
WILLIAM J. OBERDICK
Acting Chief
Cleveland Field Office
By: ______________________________
RICHARD T. HAMILTON, JR.
Court I.D. No. A5500338

PAUL L. BINDER
Court I.D. No.A5500339

IAN D. HOFFMAN
Court I.D. No. A5500343

Trial Attorneys,
U.S. Department of Justice
Antitrust Division
Plaza 9 Building
55 Erieview Plaza, Suite 700
Cleveland, OH 44114-1816
Phone:(216) 522-4107
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