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Description: Testimony Begun in Campbell Murder Trial – Formidable Array of Lawyers for the DefenseDate: June 13 1902
Newspaper published in: Salt Lake City, UT
Testimony Begun in Campbell Murder Trial – Formidable Array of Lawyers for the Defense
Price, Utah, June 13. A jury has been secured in the Campbell murder case and the taking of testimony commenced last evening. E. E. Campbell is charged with murder in the first degree. It is alleged that he killed on John Selman at Fish Ford on Grand River on the 30th of March, 1901. The case is being tried here on a change of venue from Grand County. Frank Simons, the State's chief witness, was on the stand at the adjournment of court. A great array of prominent lawyers are in the case. M. M. Warner, Judge Early of Illinois, Judge Stidger of Denver, and a number of local attorneys are on the defense while District Attorney Livingston is conducting the prosecution alone.