The defendant Gerald Davis was convicted of a seven-year scheme to defraud in which he forged and converted to his own use 227 United States Treasury checks payable to his deceased relatives. Prior to trial the government filed a motion in limine to exclude the defendant's proposed insanity defense based on the claim that he was a compulsive gambler. After conducting an extensive evidentiary...
UNITED STATES v. DAVIS
772 F.2d 1339 (1985)
UNITED STATES of America, Plaintiff-Appellee, v. Gerald DAVIS, Defendant-Appellant.
United States Court of Appeals, Seventh Circuit.https://leagle.com/images/logo.png
Argued April 23, 1985.
Decided September 5, 1985.
Attorney(s) appearing for the Case
Daniel G. Martin, Carol A. Brook, Federal Defender Program, Chicago, Ill., for defendant-appellant.
Before CUMMINGS, Chief Judge, CUDAHY, Circuit Judge, and TIMBERS, Senior Circuit Judge.
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