The Trial of Leopold and Loeb: A Primary Source Account
In 1920s Chicago, the city was shocked by the brutal murder of Bobby Franks. Through the diligent detective work of two Chicago newspapermen and local authorities, the murderers were revealed as two bored, privileged teenagers. Using primary source material that documents the trial, the book features the defense of Clarence Darrow, the famous attorney who defended the murderers against the death penalty.
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Finding the Killers
Preparing for Trial
Defending Leopold and Loeb
Chapter? The Crime of the Century
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