Sabri v. United States
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|Sabri v. United States|
|Court||U.S. Supreme Court|
|Citation||541 U.S. 600 (2004)|
Whether a Congressional statute proscribing bribery of state, local, and tribal officials of entities that receive at least $10,000 in federal funds is a valid exercise of congressional authority under Article I of the Constitution.
The court will not presume the unconstitutionality of federal criminal statutes lacking an explicit provision of a jurisdictional hook, and will apply a means-end rationality test.