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00-3569 U.S. v. Manjarrez

"[T]he ostrich instruction itself made it clear that a defendant does not act 'knowingly' when he acts through 'ignorance, mistake, or accident,' or where 'he was merely negligent in not discovering the truth.' This alone might well obviate any need for a separate good faith instruction. See Given, 164 F.3d at 394-95. Finally, the theory-of-defense ...

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