FDA Notices of Judgment Collection, 1908-1966

20554. Conspiracy to violate the Food and Drugs Act. U. S. v. Harry Lesser, Forrest E. James, Walter B. Anderson, Philip M. Lahn, and Henry J. Henners. Tried to a jury. Indictment dismissed as to defendant Anderson. Defendants Lesser and James found guilty; each sentenced to 1 year and 8 months' imprisonment and fined $2,500, without costs. Defendant Lahn found guilty and sentenced to 1 year and 5 months' imprisonment, without costs. Verdict of not guilty as to defendant Henners. Appeal to Circuit Court of Appeals. Judgment of conviction affirmed. (Conspiracy no. 100.)

Case Number:
20554
Collection:
Foods and Drugs, 1908-1943
Date Issued:
February 1934
Seizure Dates:
May 26, 1932 ; December 9, 1932 ; June 30, 1906 ; June 1, 1929 to February 1, 1932 ; February 13, 1930 ; January 15, 1931 ; March 24, 1931 ; June 5, 1931 ; October 25, 1930 ; January, 1931 ; March 4, 1931 ; June 1931
Product Keywords:
Liquid Medicine
Defendant Names:
Harry Lesser, Forrest E. James, Walter E. Anderson, Philip M. Lahn, and Henry J. Henners
Court Jurisdiction:
Eastern District of New York
Seizure Location:
Missouri ; California
Shipped From:
Brooklyn, N.Y.
Shipped To:
Missouri ; California
Copyright:
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