Truax v. Corrigan

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Truax v. Corrigan  (1921)  by William Howard Taft
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Pitney
Brandeis

United States Supreme Court

257 U.S. 312

Truax  v.  Corrigan

 Argued: Oct. 5, 6, 1921. --- Decided: Dec 19, 1921

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Messrs. Clifton Mathews, of Globe, Ariz., and E. E. Ellinwood and John Mason Ross, both of Bisbee, Ariz., for plaintiffs in error.

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Messrs. Jackson H. Ralston, of Washington, D. C., Wiley E. Jones, of Phoenix, Ariz., and Samuel Herrick, of Washington, D. C., for defendants in error.

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Mr. Chief Justice TAFT delivered the opinion of the Court.

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