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In this letter, dated May 28, 1920, from Fred J. Traynor, attorney for F******* D** in the State v. Stepp case before the North Dakota (ND) Supreme Court, to ND Assistant Attorney General Albert E. Sheets, Traynor writes that he doesn't understand Sheets's reference to a misprinted date in Sheets's letter of May 25. Traynor adds that he has not received word of a due date for filing briefs or a notice of when the hearings will take place in the State v. Stepp case, but that the briefs are being printed and should be with the clerk in a few days. He asks Sheets to notify him as soon as he recieves notice of when the hearing will take place.
Letter from Fred J. Traynor to Albert E. Sheets Regarding State v. Stepp Case, May 22, 1920
Letter from Albert E. Sheets, Jr. to Fred J. Traynor Regarding Misprinted Date on State v. Stepp Court Briefs, May 25, 1920
Letter from Albert E. Sheets Jr. to Fred J. Traynor Regarding the Clerk's Notice Letter for State v. Stepp, June 1, 1920
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State v. Stepp, State vs. Stepp, ND Supreme Court, rape, statutory rape
Johnson and O'Connor, Attorneys at Law
Albert E. Sheets, Fred J. Traynor, Hiram Stepp
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Traynor, Fred J., "Letter from Fred J. Traynor to Albert E. Sheets Jr. Regarding Misprinted Date on State v. Stepp Court Briefs, May 28, 1920" (1920). William Langer Papers. 310.