Public defenders -- United States
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Cait Clarke Papers
Cait Clarke, the Assistant Director at the Office of Defender Services, Administrative Office of the United States Courts and former director of Strategic Initiatives at the NLADA, has been a long-time legal educator and advocate, and has been teaching, training, and consulting on the law, policy reform and leadership skills. She was the founding Director of National Defender Leadership Institute. Her papers include reports, documentation, and training materials for defenders.
General Charles L. Decker Collection
Gideon's Trumpet Collection
This collection includes a copy of the script, signed by screenwriter David Rintels, and stills of actors Henry Fonda, John Houseman and Jose Ferrer portraying characters in the film. It was originally shown on CBS as part of the Hallmark Hall of Fame.
Jacob, Bruce -- Interview by Victor Geminiani, 1993 Jul 09
Bruce Jacob argued the case of Gideon v. Wainwright on behalf of the State of Florida as a young Assistant Attorney General. In this oral history interview, Jacob recalls his extensive preparation for the case.
James Doherty Papers
Krash, Abe -- Interview by Victor Geminiani, 1993 Mar 17
In this interview, Krash recalls Fortas’ defense strategy, and reflected about the impact of the case as one of the landmark cases of constitutional law in the last fifty years. At the same time, he emphasized that “all of the hopes that we had have not been fulfilled.”
Lewis, Anthony -- Interview by Victor Geminiani, 1993 Mar 18
In this interview, Lewis recalls how he became involved in Gideon v. Wainwright after seeing Gideon’s petition in the Supreme Court file room on June 4th, 1962, the day the Court agreed to hear the case.
He also recalls his impressions after meeting with Clarence Gideon in the prison library of the Raiford Penitentiary.
Mary M. Broderick Papers
Nancy Albert-Goldberg Papers
National Equal Justice Library Oral History Project Collection
The NEJl oral history collection is divided into two series: oral history project administrative files, and oral history recordings. The oral history recordings include currently 109 oral history interviews, about two thirds of which have been transcribed.