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In this letter, dated September 23, 1919, from North Dakota (ND) Attorney General William Langer to Ernest L. D**, Langer explains that his office filed a motion to dismiss the case of State v. Stepp because, "we thought they were fooling along too much." Langer refers to an attached copy of an affadavit, as well as a letter from a clerk of the ND Supreme Court indicating the dismissal motion had been denied. Langer writes that his office is doing everything it can to expedite the case.
Letter from Attorney General Langer to Hinegardner Regarding Motion to Dismiss in State v. Stepp Case, September 23, 1919
Letter from Attorney General Langer to S. L. Nuchols Regarding State v. Stepp Case, September 23, 1919
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State v. Stepp, State vs. Stepp, ND Supreme Court, rape, statutory rape
Supreme Court of North Dakota
E. L. D**, Ernest D**, William Langer
Political History | United States History
General, Attorney, "Letter from Attorney General Langer to E. L. D** Regarding Denial of Motion to Dismiss in State v. Stepp Case, September 23, 1919" (1919). William Langer Papers. 333.