UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE THIRD CIRCUIT
March 22, 1985
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
JUSTIS, STANLEY N., JR.
Appeal from the United States District Court For the District of Delaware, D.C. Criminal No. 84-00023-01. District Judge: Honorable Walter K. Stapleton.
Before: HUNTER, GARTH, and VAN DUSEN, Circuit Judges.
HUNTER, Circuit Judge.
After considering the contentions raised by appellant, to-wit:
1. That a judgment for acquittal should be rendered in favor of the appellant because he was not allowed to have the benefit of the assistance of counsel of his choice and was forced to proceed without said benefit to his eventual detriment and harm.
2. That a judgment of acquittal should be rendered in favor of the appellant because the district court did not have the criminal jurisdiction to hear the action as there initiated.
3. That the government failed to present the three elements necessary to prove the elements of a crime.
4. That conviction under Counts II and IV constitutes double jeopardy.
5. That the sentence of the court below was illegal as imposed.
It is ADJUDGED AND ORDERED that the judgment of the district court be and is hereby affirmed.
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