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Justice Henry B. Brown

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On this date in 1906, Justice Henry B. Brown retired as an Associate Justice on the United States Supreme Court.  Born on March 2, 1836 in South Lee, Massachusetts, Brown grew up in Massachusetts and Connecticut.  He was admitted to Yale University at age 16 in 1852 and ultimately graduated in 1856.  After spending some time in Europe, Brown studied law at Yale and later Harvard where he graduated before moving

Chief Justice Edward White Jr.

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On this date in 1921, Chief Justice Edward Douglass White Jr. died in Washington, D.C..  Born on November 3, 1845 in Thibodeaux, Louisiana, White was raised in a prominent political family.  His father was a former Louisiana Governor and his grandfather a congressman and later judge.  White attended Georgetown University when the Civil War interrupted his education.  While his exact military service is in dispute, White was known to have served

Chief Justice John Jay

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On this date in 1829, Chief Justice John Jay died in Bedford, New York from stroke related issues.  Born on December 12, 1745 in New York City, Jay was born into a weathy family from Rye, New York.  He attended at graduated King's College (later known as Columbia College) in 1760.  He "read the law" under two prominent New York attorneys and was admitted to the New York Bar in 1768. 

Justice John McLean

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On this date in 1861, Justice John McLean of the United State Supreme Court died in Cincinnati, Ohio.  Born in Morris County, New Jersey on March 11, 1785, McLean moved with his family to Virginia, Kentucky and eventually Ohio.  In 1804, McLean took a position as Clerk of Court of Common Pleas of Hamilton County, Ohio.  During this time he "read the law" and was admitted to the Ohio bar in
On March 26, 2014, Larry Richards spoke to member of the Greater Grand Forks Apartment Association at their monthly meeting which was held at noon at the Pizza Ranch restaurant.  The topice discussed was on forcible detainer actions, which are commonly known as evictions, which is one of Larry's areas of expertise.  Larry is also an associate member of the organization and writes an occassional column for the Association's newsletter.   


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