Law: Fallen Acquitted

William J. Fallen, not yet 40, since the War the most daring and spectacular criminal lawyer of the New York Bar, was acquitted last week, after a dramatic trial lasting nearly two weeks before Judge McClintic (of Charleston, W. Va.), sitting in the U. S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, of the charge of bribing, in 1922, a juror in the so-called Durrell-Gregory mail-fraud case. Fallen conducted his own defense, alleged that he was the victim of a far-reaching conspiracy on the part of certain editors and reporters...

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