Law: Well Answered

In Chicago, the trial of Leopold and Loeb is over; and the fate of the youthful slayers rests with Judge Caverly, who has announced that he will give his decision on Sept. 10.

The closing hours in court were as replete with dramatic clashes between opposing counsel, and counsel and court as the first day. "Clarence Darrow [defense lawyer] speaks about not heeding the voice of the mob," said State's Attorney Crowe. "Well, they haven't heard the cry of the mob yet, because they have been well protected. But if they don't get...

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