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In this letter, dated April 16, 1919, from E. L. D**, father of the complainant in the State v. Stepp statutory rape case, to North Dakota Attorney General William Langer, D** refers to a letter he is enclosing from Devils Lake attorney Fred J. Traynor (misspelled here as "Trainor"). D** writes that if Langer would come and represent his daughter, D** would "drop all other special counsel."
Letter from G. Grimson to Attorney General Langer Regarding Initial Proceedings in Stepp Case, January 18, 1919
Statement of Ernest and Matilda D** Regarding Initial Proceedings in Stepp Case, February 10, 1919
Letter from Albert E. Sheets Jr. to Fred J. Traynor Regarding Motion to Dismiss Appeal in State v. Stepp, May 15, 1920
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Devils Lake, Special Council, State Attorney General, State v. Stepp, Sarles
Fred J. Trainor
Criminal Law | Law
D**, E. L., "Letter from E. L. D** to Attorney General Langer Regarding State v. Stepp, April 16, 1919" (1919). William Langer Papers. 52.