James v. United States (366 U.S. 213)
|James v. United States
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|United States Supreme Court held that money obtained by a taxpayer illegally was taxable income, even though the law might require the taxpayer to repay the ill-gotten gains to the person from whom they had been taken. — Excerpted from James v. United States (1961) on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.James v. United States, 366 U.S. 213 (1961), was a case in which the|
United States Supreme Court
JAMES v. UNITED STATES (366 U.S. 213)
Argued: Nov. 17, 1960. --- Decided: May 15, 1961
Mr. Richard E. Gorman, Chicago, Ill., for petitioner.
Mr. Howard A. Heffron, New York City, for respondent.
Mr. Chief Justice WARREN announced the judgment of the Court and an opinion in which Mr. Justice BRENNAN, and Mr. Justice STEWART concur.
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