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In this letter, dated July 9, 1919, from North Dakota (ND) Attorney General William Langer to L. F Hinegardner of Sarles, ND, Langer acknowledges receipt of Hinegardner's letter of July 7 and informs Hinegardner that Judge Nuchols will appear on his behalf in the Supreme Court free of charge, and that Langer is glad that Hinegardner is pleased with the way Nuchols tried the case [in the lower court], and that that trial ended in a conviction.
Note: The July 7, 1919 letter from Hinegardner to Langer that this letter is a reply to was not found anywhere in the Langer Collection.
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North Dakota Supreme Court, Supreme Court of the State of North Dakota, Stepp v. State, rape, statutory rape, appeal
Supreme Court of the State of North Dakota, North Dakota Supreme Court
L. F. Hinegardner, William Langer, Samuel Nuchols, Hiram Stepp
Political History | United States History
Langer, William, "Letter from Attorney General Langer to L. F. Hinegardner Regarding State v. Stepp, July 9, 1919" (1919). William Langer Papers. 147.