Call Number (LC) Title Results
KF221.L5 K36 1992 Errors, lies, and libel / 1
KF221.M8 .T39 2000 State v. Baker : problems and case file / 1
KF221 .P6Am35 American political trials / 1
KF221.P6 .L83 2010 Fugitive justice : runaways, rescuers, and slavery on trial / 1
KF221 .P6R95 1984 Quiet neighbors : prosecuting Nazi war criminals in America / 1
KF223.A37 K15 1986 Fall River outrage : life, murder, and justice in early industrial New England / 1
KF223.A58 H85 2012 The woman who dared to vote : the trial of Susan B. Anthony / 1
KF223.B67 C65 1994 The Commonwealth of Massachusetts vs. Lizzie A. Borden : the Knowlton papers, 1892-1893 ; a collection of previously unpublished letters and documents from the files of prosecuting attorney Hosea Morrill Knowlton / 1
KF223.B765 .M34 2009 John Brown's trial / 1
KF223.B8 .N49 2012 The treason trial of Aaron Burr : law, politics, and the character wars of the new nation / 1
KF223.D3855 .I34 2019 Treason on trial : the United States v. Jefferson Davis / 1
KF223.D435 P37 1999 The Pullman case : the clash of labor and capital in industrial America / 1
KF223 .F77 1852 Report of the Forrest divorce case, containing the full and unabridged testimony of all the witnesses,the affidavits and depositions, together with the the Consuelo and Forney letters. This edition is published under the direct supervision of the law reporter of the New York herald, and is the only one containing the suppressed testimony 1
KF223 .F92 1838 Trial of Dr. Frost, before the Court of sessions for the city & county of New York, for manslaughter, alleged to have been committed on Tiberius G. French, by the administration of certain Thomasonian remedies; to which are added, the speeches of John A. Morrill & David Paul Brown, esqrs. for the defence; with an appendix .. 1
KF223.G12 H22 1946 The famous case of Myra Clark Gaines 1
KF223 .G63 Trial of Robert M. Goodwin, on an indictment of manslaughter for killing James Stoughton, esq. in Broadway, in the city of New-York, on the 21st day of December, 1819. Tried at the Court of general sessions of the peace held in and for the body of the city and county of New-York. Including the arguments of counsel and opinions and orders of the court on a motion to bail the prisoner, previous to his trial, after the finding of a coroner's inquest of wilful murder, and a verdict by a grand jury of manslaughter. And a further motion to bail on the petit jury being polled and disagreeing in their verdict, and being final discharge at the close of the session, after a trial which lasted five days, having began on the 14th and ended on the 18th day of March, 1820. And also a motion to bail on a writ of habeas corpus before His Honour the mayor, at his office in the City-hall. And a like motion before His Honour Chief Justice Spencer, at his chambers, with his opinion and order to admit the prisoner to bail. 1
KF223 .H24 1877 Report of Harrison et al. vs. St. Mark's Church, Philadelphia. A bill to restrain the ringing of bells so as to cause a nuisance to the occupants of the dwellings in the immediate vicinity of the church. In the Court of Common Pleas, No. 2. In equity. Before Hare, P.J., and Mitchell, Associate J 1
KF223.L6 B44 A notable libel case : the criminal prosecution of Theodore Lyman, Jr. by Daniel Webster in the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts, November term 1828 / 1
KF223.M38 M38 1995 Better that 100 witches should live : the 1696 acquittal of Thomas Maule of Salem, Massachusetts, on charges of seditious libel and its impact on the development of first amendment freedoms / 1
KF223 .Ou7 1941 The trial of Vincent Doon, 1