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William Langer

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Letter dated February 14, 1919 from State Attorney General William Langer to L. F. Hinegardner in response to Hinegardner's letter of February 10, 1919.

Langer acknowledges receipt of Hinegardner's letter, as well as enclosed statements from Mr. and Mrs. D** and Sarles village marshall Alvah Phillebaum.

Langer says that the everything said during the proceedings should have been recorded by a stenographer, and says he will contact Judge Kneeshaw to request a transcript of the proceedings.

See also:

https://commons.und.edu/cgi/editor_gallery.cgi?display=submission&article=1133&context=langer-papers

https://commons.und.edu/cgi/editor_gallery.cgi?display=submission&article=1134&context=langer-papers

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Publication Date

2-14-1919

Keywords

State v. Stepp

Organizations Referenced

Village of Sarles

People Referenced

E. L. D**, Mrs. E. L. D**, Judge Kneeshaw, L. F. Hinegardner, Alvah Phillebaum, William Langer

Disciplines

Criminal Law | Law

Comments

Please note that information related to the identification of the underage victim in this case has been redacted from the digital collection per library policy. The original documents are available to researchers at the Chester Fritz Special Collections Library.

Letter from State Attorney General Langer to L. F. Hinegardner Regarding Acquisition of Legal Transcript, 1919

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