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" He has argued many cases and has lost but few. No one better knows the necessity for thorough preparation and no one more industriously prepares his cases than he. His course in the .courtroom is characterized by a calmness and dignity that indicate reserve... "
A Biographical Record of Fairfield County, Ohio, Illustrated - Page 437
1902 - 483 pages
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The Bench and Bar of Illinois: Historical and Reminiscent, Volume 2

John McAuley Palmer - Lawyers - 1899 - 1213 pages
...his clear reasoning are unmistakable evidence of his skill and ability. He has argued many cases and lost but few. No one better knows the necessity for...he. His course in the court-room is characterized by calmness and dignity that indicate reserve strength. He is always courteous and deferential toward...
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Kansas City, Missouri: Its History and Its People 1808-1908, Volume 2

Carrie Westlake Whitney - Kansas City (Mo.) - 1908
...work which he had done in the field of his chosen profession. Judge Hall has argued many cases and lost but few. No one better knows the necessity for...calmness and dignity that indicate reserve strength. His handling of his case is always full, comprehensive and accurate; his analysis of the facts is clear...
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Kansas City, Missouri: Its History and Its People 1808-1908, Volume 3

Carrie Westlake Whitney - Kansas City (Mo.) - 1908
...care that Mr. Prince has gained the enviable place which he now occupies. He has argued many cases and lost but few. No one better knows the necessity for thorough preparation or more industriously prepares for the work of the courtroom. His handling of his case is always full,...
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History of the City of Dayton and Montgomery County, Ohio, Volume 2

Augustus Waldo Drury - Dayton (Ohio) - 1909
...unwearied industry which has characterized him in all of his law work. He has secured many cases and lost a few. No one better knows the necessity for thorough...courtroom is characterized by a calmness and dignity that indicates reserve strength. He is always courteous and deferential toward the court, kind and forbearing...
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Cincinnati, the Queen City, 1788-1912, Volume 3

Charles Frederic Goss - Cincinnati (Ohio) - 1912
...important cases that came up for trial in Hamilton county. Judge McNeill therefore argued many cases and lost but few. No one better knows the necessity for...and no one more industriously prepares his cases. The law firm of Archer & McNeill was terminated at the election of Judge McNeill to the bench of the...
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History of Jefferson County, Iowa: A Record of Settlement, Organization ...

Charles J. Fulton - Jefferson County (Iowa) - 1912
...of the most prominent in the annals of Iowa's jurisprudence. Judge Leggett has argued many cases and lost but few. No one better knows the necessity for thorough preparation and no one more carefully prepares his cases than he. His course in the court room is characterized by a calmness and...
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History of Dakota Territory, Volume 4

George Washington Kingsbury - Dakota Territory - 1915
...opened an ofliee and has practiced continuously and successfully since. He has argued many cases and lost but few. No one better knows the necessity for...courteous and deferential toward the court, kind and just toward his adversaries. He examines a witness carefully and thoroughly but treats him with a respect...
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History of Colorado, Volume 2

Wilbur Fiske Stone - Colorado - 1918
...to Oregon, many opposing the decision that was rendered. While Mr. Baxter has argued many cases, he has lost but few. No one better knows the necessity...no one more industriously prepares his cases than does he. His course in the courtroom is characterized by a calmness and dignity that indicates reserve...
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Centennial History of Missouri: (the Center State) One Hundred ..., Volume 4

Walter Barlow Stevens - Missouri - 1921
...of the important criminal cases heard In Missouri and elsewhere. While he has argued many cases, he has lost but few. No one better knows the necessity...no one more Industriously prepares his cases than has Judge Harvey. His course in the courtroom is characterized by a calmness and dignity that indicate...
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History of Milwaukee, City and County, Volume 2

William George Bruce - Milwaukee (Wis.) - 1922
...firm name of Bloodgood, Kemper & Bloodgood. Like his associates Mr. Kemper has argued many cases and lost but few. No one better knows the necessity for...preparation and no one more industriously prepares his cases and briefs. His course in the courtroom is characterized by a calmness and dignity that indicates reserve...
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