Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure - Rule 34. Arresting Judgment

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(a) In General.

Upon the defendant's motion or on its own, the court must arrest judgment if:

(1) the indictment or information does not charge an offense; or

(2) the court does not have jurisdiction of the charged offense.

(b) Time to File.

The defendant must move to arrest judgment within 14 days after the court accepts a verdict or finding of guilty, or after a plea of guilty or nolo contendere.

See Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure