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 (dăr′ō), Clarence Seward 1857-1938.
American lawyer known for his highly publicized defense of so-called lost causes, such as the Leopold-Loeb murder case (1924) and the Scopes evolution trial (1925).


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Clarence (Seward), 1857–1938, U.S. lawyer.
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