Famous trials: cases that made history
34 cases that have attracted public interest throughout history. Spanning more than 2000 years, includes exciting and influential trials as Socrates, Nelson Mandela, Salem witch trials, Alfred Dreyfus, Scopes Monkey Trial, Brown v. Board of Education, and more.
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accused Alfred Dreyfus appeal April army arrested asked attorney became Beckwith Bhutto British Brown Bukharin Chamberlain charges Charles Church civil Coffin conviction courtroom crimes criminal Danton Darrow death December declared defense counsel dingo Dreyfus Eichmann Ellsberg evidence execution Florence found guilty French Galileo Gang of Four Greenglass hanged Henry imprisonment indictment Ireland Jesus Jewish Jews Jiang Qing Joan John judge July June jury justice king L'Angelier later lawyers leaders Leopold Leopold and Loeb Lindy Lindy Chamberlain Loeb London lord Madeleine Smith Mandela March Maybrick Meletus military murder Nazi Nikolai Bukharin November Nuremberg Office Parliament party Pentagon Papers police political president prison proceedings prosecution prosecution's prosecutor refused Rosenbergs Ruskin sentence Socrates Soviet Spycatcher Supreme Court tion Tojo Tolpuddle Martyrs Tone treason trial tribunal tried U.S. Constitution Umkhonto verdict Whistler Wilbert Coffin Wilde witnesses Zulfikar Ali Bhutto