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Letter dated September 23, 1919 from Attorney General William Langer to L. H. Hinegardner explaining that Langer's office filed a motion to dismiss the case of State vs. Stepp because, he says, "we thought they were fooling along too much." Langer references an enclosed copy of the affidavit, and assures Hinegardner that his office is doing everything they can to expedite the case. He also makes reference to a letter from Clerk of Court, Supreme Court, indicating that the dismissal motion was denied.

See also:

1150, 1152

Date of Work

9-23-1919

Keywords

State v. Stepp

Organizations Referenced

Supreme Court of the North Dakota

People Referenced

L. H. Hinegardner, William Langer

Disciplines

Political History | United States History

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 Langer to Hinegardner regarding Motion to Dismiss State vs. Stepp, 1919

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