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"I Have A Dream"

This Week in History: “I Have A Dream”

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            West Palm Beach criminal defense lawyer Kelly V. Landers recalls events of historical significance that occurred this week in past years.   On August 24, 1932, Amelia Earhart ...

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19th Amendment

This Week in History: 19th Amendment Grants Women the Right to Vote

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              On August 17, 1790, the U.S. Capital moved to Philadelphia from New York City. On August 18, 1920, the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution was ratified, ...

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Kelly V. Landers and Abigail Jorandby

Kelly V. Landers Celebrates Law Week 2014

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                Kelly V. Landers celebrates “Law Week 2014” with fellow members of the Palm Beach County Bar Association. Pictured above are Kelly Landers and Abigail ...

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Alcatraz Island, San Francisco Bay.

This Week in History: First Prisoners Arrive at Alcatraz

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        On August 11, 1934, the first prisoners arrived at Alcatraz. On August 11, 1965, a drunk driving arrest leads to six days of race riots in the Watts neighborhood of Los Angeles, California. On ...

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The first man to die by electric chair was convicted murderer William Kemmler at the Auburn Prison in New York, Aug. 6, 1890.

This Week in History: First Execution by Electric Chair

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            On August 4, 1961, Pro Se defendant Clarence Earl Gideon, denied court appointed counsel, was convicted of felony breaking and entering and misdemeanor theft, in Panama City, ...

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