Another in our series of new transcriptions of contemporary articles on the Leo Frank case.
July 29th, 1913
Will Frank’s lawyers put any evidence before the court?
That is a question that was much discussed on the opening day by a score or more of lawyers who secured seats in the courtroom in order to hear the trial and to watch the way in which the skilled attorneys on both sides handled the case.
The fact that so many witnesses have been summoned by the defense does not mean to the legal mind that Attorneys Rosser and Arnold will put up any evidence any more than the summoning of scores of the accused man’s personal friends means that Frank’s lawyers will put his character in evidence.Continue Reading →