Prof. Leigh Bienen interviews Judges R. Eugene Pincham and Earl Strayhorn

Date
2012
Main contributor
Bienen, Leigh B.
Summary
The full 1:40 minute interview of two renowned Chicago judges, the Honorable Judges R. Eugene Pincham (a one-time mayoral candidate) and Earl E. Strayhorn. They describe their experiences in practice, thoughts on capital punishment, the Scottsboro Case, legal education and an assortment of other issues relating to the history of law in Chicago. 
Contributors
Pincham, R. Eugene, 1925-2008; Strayhorn, Earl
Subjects
Homicide; Chicago (Ill.)--History; Law--History; Pincham, R. Eugene, 1925-2008; Strayhorn, Earl
Location
Chicago (Ill.)
Collection
Leigh Bienen Videos
Unit
Northwestern University Libraries
Terms of Use
The video recordings on this web site, from the collection of Leigh Bienen, Senior Lecturer, Northwestern University, are provided for use by its students, faculty and staff, and by other researchers visiting this site. Request to publish in non-commercial scholarly venues in analog or online form requires permission. IN COPYRIGHT. Please contact lbbienen@law.northwestern.edu
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Link to archived version of “Homicide in Chicago” web project

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