U.S. Supreme Court
United States v. Irvine, 98 U.S. 450 (1878)
United States v. Irvine
98 U.S. 450
An indictment against A, found Sept. 15, 1876, charged that on Dec. 24, 1870, B demanded of him the sum of $525, which he as her agent and attorney had collected and received from the United States on account of a pension awarded to her, and that he then and continuously thereafter wrongfully withheld it from her. Held:
1. That the indictment was barred by sec. 1044 of the Revised Statutes.
2. That the crime charged was not a continuous one to the time of finding the indictment.