Another in our series of new transcriptions of contemporary articles on the Leo Frank case.
July 29th, 1913
Indications Are That Trial Will Be Longest Over Which Judge Roan Has Presided, To Hold Two Sessions Daily
Attorneys both for the defense and for the prosecution of Leo M. Frank believe that his trial will last at least one week, perhaps, two weeks.
If the trial continues through more than one week it will be the longest over which Judge L. S. Roan has ever presided.
But, while he will expedite the trial as fast as possible, he intenrs [sic] to give attorneys all the time needed for the introduction of testimony and for argument.Continue Reading →