The letter vaguely discusses efforts to secure bail or parole for Jefferson Davis (who is never directly named). He mentions a trial date in October and suggests that "Letters to me on this subject should not be entrusted to the mails." O'Conor...
The letter vaguely discusses efforts to secure bail or parole for Jefferson Davis (who is never directly named). The author of the letter spent two weeks in Washington, D.C., meeting with the president, attorney general, and chief justice. The...
A letter from an attorney to Governor Miller. H. M. Darling writes that the Scottsboro Boys are entitled to bail, because under Alabama law, bail is allowed to prisoners unless the evidence is strong enough to assuredly convict them, and Judge...
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