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The trial of Richard III : Indiana University School of Law -- Bloomington

Author: Fred H CateDavid C WilliamsJames F FitzpatrickDennis H LongPaige PorterAll authors
Publisher: Bloomington : The School, ©1997.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice William Rehnquist, Indiana University professor of law Susan Williams, and Indiana Supreme Court Chief Justice Randall Shepard preside over a mock trial held to determine whether or not King Richard III of England murdered his two nephews, the "princes in the Tower" over five hundred years ago. The case for the prosecution is argued by James F. Fitzpatrick, assisted by Paige Porter.  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Trials, litigation, etc
Named Person: Richard, King of England
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Fred H Cate; David C Williams; James F Fitzpatrick; Dennis H Long; Paige Porter; William H Rehnquist; Randall T Shepard; John D Walda; Susan Hoffman Williams
OCLC Number: 37746160
Description: xi, 106 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Foreword --
Acknowledgments --
Editor's note --
Biographies of the participants --
Introduction --
The history of Richard III --
Timeline of key events --
Richard and his contemporaries --
The trial --
Briefs --
Bibliography.
Other Titles: Trial of Richard the Third
Responsibility: edited by Fred H. Cate ; David C. Williams.

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U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice William Rehnquist, Indiana University professor of law Susan Williams, and Indiana Supreme Court Chief Justice Randall Shepard preside over a mock trial held to determine whether or not King Richard III of England murdered his two nephews, the "princes in the Tower" over five hundred years ago. The case for the prosecution is argued by James F. Fitzpatrick, assisted by Paige Porter. John Walda, assisted by Dennis Long, argues in defense of King Richard.

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