Image ID
ICHi-053986
Headline
Judge Julius Hoffman during Davis testimony at Chicago Seven (Chicago Eight) Trial: ""The remarks may go out. The jury is directed to disregard them....""
Title (of Artwork/Object)
Judge Julius Hoffman: Disregard the testimony... at Chicago Seven Trial
Date Depicted
1969-1970
Date Created
1969-1970
Creator
McMahon, Franklin
Creator Role
artist
Artwork/Object Depicted
handwritten note
Copyright Notice
© Franklin McMahon, Chicago Historical Society licensing agent, all rights reserved.
Credit Line
Chicago History Museum, ICHi-053986; Franklin McMahon, artist
Inventory Number
2007.140.160
Storage Location
P&S
Acquisition Source
Purchased by the Chicago Historical Society
Max Pixels - Height
4024
Max Pixels - Width
4909
KEYWORDS
2007.140.160
Chicago Eight
Franklin McMahon
drawing
illustration
trials
Chicago Seven Trial, Chicago, Ill., 1969-1970
conspiracy
riots
courtrooms
Democratic National Convention (1968 : Chicago, Ill.)
Hoffman, Julius J. (Julius Jennings), 1895-1983
courtroom illustrations
radicalism
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judge julius hoffman during davis testimony at chicago seven chicago eight trial the remarks may go out the jury is directed to disregard them

Hand-written quote from Judge Julius Hoffman's instructions to the jury to disregard the witness's remarks during Davis testimony at Chicago Seven (Chicago Eight) Trial, as noted by courtroom artist Franklin McMahon

Hand-written quote from Judge Julius Hoffman's instructions to the jury to disregard the witness's remarks during Davis testimony at Chicago Seven (Chicago Eight) Trial, as noted by courtroom artist Franklin McMahon

10/12/2010