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DISTRICT COURT'S REFUSAL TO ALLOW JURY TO DECIDE MATERIALITY IS CORRECT United States v. Shunk

6/4/97 ANBLLLR 7Andrews' Bank & Lender Liability Litigation Reporter (Approx. 2 pages)

DISTRICT COURT'S REFUSAL TO ALLOW JURY TO DECIDE MATERIALITY IS CORRECT United States v. Shunk

6/4/97 ANBLLLR 7Andrews' Bank & Lender Liability Litigation Reporter (Approx. 2 pages)

6/4/97 Andrews' Bank & Lender Liab. Litig. Rep. 7
Andrews' Bank & Lender Liability Litigation Reporter
June 4, 1997
Republic Bank (Materiality)
Copyright (c) 1997 Andrews Publications

DISTRICT COURT'S REFUSAL TO ALLOW JURY TO DECIDE MATERIALITY IS CORRECT

United States v. Shunk

The Fifth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals has ruled that a district court's refusal to allow a jury to decide the materiality of false statements in a banking fraud case did not run afoul of a subsequent U.S. Supreme Court ruling to the contrary. ...
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