GOOD FROM LOUDERBACK
During the examination of Dolan, yesterday, for uttering treasonable language, when Mr. Lawrence, Dolan's counsel, proposed to offer evidence to prove that the defendant was not a disloyal man when sober, Mr. Louderback, the young Prosecuting Attorney of the Police Court, happily observed that it would be like proving a man's piety as an excuse in a prosecution for using profane and obscene language. The defence was squarely met, and waived the excuse.
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