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Letter, dated October 22, 1919 from North Dakota (ND) Assistant Attorney General Cox to Mandan Attorney John F. Sullivan in response to Sullivan's letter of October 18, 1919 regarding the Ole Skrukrud case. Cox writes that he has spoken to State's Attorney Dawson, and the latter is also fine with waiving the preliminary examination and that Sullivan and Cox can go over an outline of the case together in Bismarck in the next week to ten days.

See also:

Letter from John F. Sullivan to Assistant Attorney General Cox Regarding the Ole Skrukrud Case, October 18, 1919

Letter from Beach Police Magistrate Thor G. Plomasen to Attorney General Langer Regarding the Ole Skrukrud Case, December 18, 1919

Letter from Attorney General Langer to Beach Police Magistrate Thor G. Plomasen Regarding the Ole Skrukrud Case, December 20, 1919

Letter from Assistant Attorney General Cox to Beach Police Magistrate Thor G. Plomasen Regarding the Ole Skrukrud Case, December 22, 1919

Date of Work

10-22-1919

Keywords

prohibition, Ole Skrukrud, Mandan, North Dakota vs. Ole Skrukrud, Bismarck, flying squadron

Organizations Referenced

Sullivan and Sullivan Attorneys

People Referenced

Mr. Cox, John F. Sullivan, Jno. F. Sullivan, Dawson, Ole Skrukrud

Letter from Assistant Attorney General Cox to John F. Sullivan Regarding the Ole Skrukrud Case, October 22, 1919

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