703 F2d 981 United States v. M Allen

703 F.2d 981

UNITED STATES of America, Plaintiff-Appellee,
James M. ALLEN, Leonard Ray Blanton, Clyde Edward Hood, Jr.,

Nos. 81-5643 to 81-5645.

United States Court of Appeals,
Sixth Circuit.

April 7, 1983.

Appeal from Middle District of Tennessee, Nash. Div., at Nashville; Bailey Brown, Chief Judge.

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John S. McLellan, John S. McLellan, III, Kingsport, Tenn., Neal P. Rutledge, Washington, D.C., William R. Willis, Jr., Robert L. Delaney, Alfred Knight, Tyree B. Harris, Dodson, Harris, Robinson & Aden, Nashville, Tenn., for defendants-appellants.


Joe B. Brown, U.S. Atty., Aleta Arthur, John Philip Williams, Nashville, Tenn., for plaintiff-appellee.



A majority of the Judges of this Court in regular service have voted for rehearing of this case en banc. Sixth Circuit Rule 14 provides as follows:The effect of the granting of a hearing en banc shall be to vacate the previous opinion and judgment of this Court, to stay the mandate and to restore the case on the docket as a pending appeal.


Accordingly, it is ORDERED that the previous decision and judgment of this Court, 700 F.2d 298, is vacated, issuance of the mandate is stayed and this case is restored to the docket as a pending appeal. The Clerk will direct the parties concerning the filing of supplemental briefs.