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January 15, 1919 – Michigan’s first all-woman jury hears a case against a man charged with being “drunk and disorderly.” The six women convict the gentleman in question and fine him $50.
HT: Michigan History Magazine
Posted by State Bar of Michigan Blogs at 12:01 AM in Now and Then | Permalink