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Letter dated May 15, 1920 from Assistant Attorney General Sheets to Fred J. Traynor, F******* D**'s attorney, informs Traynor that Judge Nuchols had to leave for Philadelphia and Sheets would be presenting the motion for dismissal of the appeal. Sheets details his thoughts on the dismissal, in which he states that he is of the opinion that the case not be dismissed.
State v. Stepp
Supreme Court of North Dakota
S. L. Nuchols, Fred J. Traynor, Albert E. Sheets Jr.,
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Sheets, Albert E. Jr., "Letter from Albert E. Sheets Jr. to Fred J. Traynor regarding Sheets's presence in State v. Stepp dismissal, 1920" (1920). William Langer Papers. 304.