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In this letter, dated February 14, 1919, from North Dakota (ND) Attorney General William Langer to L. F. Hinegardner of Sarles, ND in response to Hinegardner's letter of February 10, 1919.
Langer acknowledges receipt of Hinegardner's letter, as well as the enclosed statements from Mr. and Mrs. D** and Sarles village marshall Alvah Phillebaum.
Langer says that 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.
Letter from G. Grimson to Attorney General Langer Regarding Initial Proceedings in Stepp Case, January 18, 1919
Statement of Ernest and Matilda D** Regarding Initial Proceedings in Stepp Case, February 10, 1919
Letter from L. F. Hinegardner to Attorney General Langer Accompanying Statement from Mr. and Mrs. D**, February 10, 1919
Letter from L. F. Hinegardner to Attorney General Langer regarding the Stepp Case, February 24, 1919
Date of Work
State v. Stepp, rape, statutory rape
Village of Sarles
Ernest D**, Mratilda D**, W. J. Kneeshaw, L. F. Hinegardner, Alvah Phillebaum, William Langer
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Langer, William, "Letter from Attorney General Langer to L. F. Hinegardner Regarding Acquisition of Legal Transcript, February 14, 1919" (1919). William Langer Papers. 290.