Fleming v. Mohawk Wrecking & Lumber Company Raley
United States Supreme Court
FLEMING v. MOHAWK WRECKING & LUMBER COMPANY RALEY
Argued: and Submitted April 1, 1947. --- Decided: April 28, 1947
Mr. David London, of Washington, D.C., for Philip B. Fleming.
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Mr. John W. Babcock, of Detroit, Mich., for Mohawk Wrecking & Lumber Co. and Harry Smith.
Paul Flaherty and C. L. Dawson, both of Washington, D.C., for James G. Raley and Thomas E. Raley.
Mr. Justice DOUGLAS delivered the opinion of the Court.
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