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Q: What is the case name for 18 US 111

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D. Mathew Blackburn
D. Mathew Blackburn
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  • Tax Law Lawyer
  • Englewood, CO

A: That's a statute. 18 USC 111.

https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/18/111

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J. Timothy Bender
J. Timothy Bender
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  • Tax Law Lawyer
  • Cleveland, OH

A: What you asked about is not a valid case citation. No case starts on page 111 in volume 18 of the Supreme Court reporter (which is abbreviated as "U.S."). Page 111 is a page within the Supreme Court's opinion in US v. Wiltberger, 18 U.S. 76, an 1820 case. The case starts at page 76 of volume 18.

Not sure if it is of any relevance, but there is a federal criminal statute 18 U.S.C. 111, which makes it a crime to assault, resist or impede an employee or agent of the US government in the performance of their official duties. U.S.C. is the abbreviation for the United State Code, the codified statutes of the laws of the United States. Title 18 is the federal criminal statutes.

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David Ostrove
David Ostrove
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  • Los Angeles, CA

A: ASSAULTING RESISTING IMPEDING CERTAIN OFFICERS ------

18 UNITED STATES CODE, SECTION 111

You may read the code section online.

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