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In this letter, dated July 22, 1920, from North Dakota Assistant Attorney General Albert E. Sheets to Fred J. Traynor, attorney for F******* D**' in the State v. Stepp case, Sheets discusses details of the trial and the court's decision to have the case retried, and says he would be glad to write to the Court on Traynor's behalf to ask that the word "misconduct" be removed from the rationale for the retrial.
Letter from Fred J. Traynor to Albert E. Sheets Regarding Retrial of State v. Stepp Case, June 19, 1920
Letter from Albert E. Sheets to Fred J. Traynor Regarding State v. Stepp Case, June 29, 1920
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State v. Stepp, State vs. Stepp, ND Supreme Court, rape, statutory rape
Supreme Court of North Dakota
Fred J. Traynor, Albert E. Sheets Jr., J. H. Newton, Hiram Stepp
Political History | United States History
Sheets, Albert E. Jr., "Letter from Albert E. Sheets to Fred J. Traynor Regarding Wording of Supreme Court Decision in State v. Stepp Case, July 22, 1920" (1920). William Langer Papers. 317.