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BANNON IS ACQUITED
Judge Elliott Finds No Grounds For Conspiracy Charge SUIT FILED AGAINST FAIT Detective Agency Also Made Party To Claim Of $10,000 By Man Just Dismissed
The Sun (1837-1991) - Baltimore, Md.
Date: May 27, 1914
Start Page: 3
Pages: 1
Abstract (Document Summary)

James P. Bannon, lawyer and formerly well-known poUticlan of Anne Arundel county, was acquitted in the . Criminal Court yesterday of the charge of conspiring to obtain $500' from John Fait to protect him from prosecution for selling liquor at his resort on Stony creek, in a "dry" district of the county.

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