Announcement 93-13

March 1993
Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco & Firearms Quarterly Bulletin;03/16/93-06/15/93, Vol. 2, p57
Announces the Supreme Court decision on the case United States versus Smith in violation of 18 United States Code section 924(c)(1). Information on the Code; Syllabus of the case; Judgment of the Court of Appeals.


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