The Mooney Case

June 1933
America;6/10/1933, Vol. 49 Issue 10, p219
The article discusses a court case involving murder resulting in the death of a number of citizens. The order of the court to the jury is cited during the second trial. Petitions that were denied are presented including the failure of another attempt to review the testimony. The result of the trial will reportedly affect court esteem by the average citizen. Subsequent steps by Mooney's counsel are described along with the stand of the state of California.


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