Definition of Clarence Darrow
1. Noun. United States lawyer famous for his defense of lost causes (1857-1938).
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1. What are the Demands of the Reform-agitator? by Richard Sylvester Dow, R. S. D. (1912)
"Clarence Darrow, the favored counsel of the Industrial Workers of the World for years, was careful to get his hands on the fifty thousand dollar retainer ..."
2. Cases and Other Authorities on Legal Ethics by George Purcell Costigan (1917)
"But Clarence Darrow knew it from the first. His interview published in the dispatches of December 5 says: 'When I took this case last March I foresaw this ..."
3. A Manual of Equity Jurisprudence: For Practitioners and Students, Founded on by Josiah William Smith, Edward Chase Ingersoll (1878)
"... 1940 Clarence Darrow for the Defence (Clarence Darrow za obhajobu) — 1941 They Also Ran (Oni ..."