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Justice Gabriel Duvall

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On this date in 1835, Justice Gabriel Duvall retired as an Associate Justice on the United States Supreme Court.  Born on December 6, 1752 at Darnall's Grove, which was the family plantation in Prince Georges County, Maryland, Duvall went on to study law under a tutor in Annapolis, Maryland, just as fighting was breaking out in the Revolutionary War.  Duvall joined the Maryland militia and served as clerk to the Convention
On this day in 1937, Judge Kermit Bye was born in a railroad section house during a blizzard in the small town of Hatton, ND.  After Bye graduated the University of North Dakota School of Law in 1962, he began his career as Deputy Security Commissioner for the State of North Dakota which was a position he held until 1964.  From 1964 to 1966, Bye served as a Special Assistant Attorney

Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr.

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On this date in 1932, Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. retired as an Associate Justice on the United States Supreme Court at the age of 90.  Born in Boston, Massachusetts on March 8, 1841, Holmes was the son of a highly respected and prominent Boston physician.  He was raised in Boaston in a family of comfortable circumstances and high social position.  After completeing his undergraduate studies at Harvard College in 1861, Holmes volunteered

Justice Wiley B. Rutledge

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On this date in 1943, President Franklin Roosevelt nominated Wiley B. Rutledge to serve as an Associate Justice on the United States Supreme Court.  Rutledge was born in Cloverport, Kentucky on July 20, 1894.  After graduating with an undergraduate degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Rutledge moved to Indiana and taught high school while attending law school.  Rutledge later moved to Colorado and graduated from the University of Colorado School of

Justice Edward Engerud (N.D. Supreme Court)

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On this date in 1907, Justice Edward Engerud resigned as a Justice on the North Dakota Supreme Court.  Born on February 13, 1868 in Racine, Wisconsin, Engerud moved to Fergus Falls, Minnesota in 1881 where he began studying law.  After being admitted to the Minnesota Bar in 1889, he practiced law in Fergus Falls, MN for four years before moving to Lisbon, ND.  Engerud became Ransom County (ND) State's Attorney which was

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