Court of appeals of north carolina state of north carolina v vance clegg no coa99 1554 decided february 06 2001 attorney general michael f easley by assistant attorney general donald r esposito jr for the state. Opinion for clegg v state 655 p2d 1240 brought to you by free law project a non profit dedicated to creating high quality open legal information. United states v clegg united states court of appeals for the ninth circuit 846 f2d 1221 1988 facts eugene ray clegg defendant a teacher at an american school in pakistan was charged with exporting firearms in violation of federal law during pretrial proceedings clegg requested that the federal government produce documentary evidence . The state argues that it has the right to show the state of mind of the victim at the time of and shortly before the homicide the state relies on state v engweiler 118 orapp 132 846 p2d 1163 rev den 317 or 486 858 p2d 876 1993 for the proposition that this evidence was admissible under oec 8033 to establish the victims state . Clegg argues he acted in reasonable good faith reliance on statements of united states officials that led him to believe he was lawfully transporting guns he claims us commanders were aware of and supported his shipment of arms history district court held that certain classified information was admissible to cleggs defense
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