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February 22, 1919, Attorney Grimson writes to Attorney General Langer about the Day family wanting a new warrent out for Hiram Stepp. Judge Kneeshaw advised against a new warrant. Ms. D** writes a complaint to Justice Joseph Power about issuing a new warrant for Mr. Stepp. Power won't issue the warrant without authorization from Grimson or Langer. Grimson says he make the same response as Langer and waits for Langer to respond first.
D**, Fletcher, Grimson, Kneeshaw, Phillebaum, Power, Stepp, State v. Stepp
Mr. D**, Mrs. D**, Ms. D**, Mr. Fletcher, Mr. G. Grimson, Judge Kneeshaw, Mr. Phillebaum, Judge Joseph Power, Hiram Stepp
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Grimson, G., "Letter From Grimson to Langer regarding a new warrant out for Mr. Stepp, 1919" (1919). William Langer Papers. 292.