Miscellany, Dec. 3, 1934


In Los Angeles, Judge Guy F. Bush heard John LeGrand plead guilty to a charge of grand theft. One day, while the trial was going on, the prisoner's wife came to plead for her husband. "The first time I saw Mrs. LeGrand in my chambers," said Judge Bush, "I had a peculiar feeling that our future destinies were strangely intermingled." Judge Bush sentenced LeGrand to two years in jail. Four months later Judge Bush called Convict LeGrand before him, reduced his sentence to six months. On that day Mrs. LeGrand filed suit for divorce. When her divorce was granted, Judge Bush...

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