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 1. Trial and conviction of Dr. Stephen T. Beale ; : with the letters of Chief Justice Lewis, and Judges Black and Woodward, on his case. Interesting ether cases, and letters of Prof. Gibson, Prof. Wiltbank, Wm. Badger, Esq., W.L. Hirst, Esq., Rev. Albert Barnes, Dr. Henry A. Boardman, &c.1855.
 2. The Life, trial, and conviction of Captain John Brown, known as "Old Brown of Ossawatomie," with a full account of the attempted insurrection at Harper's Ferry. Compiled from official and authentic sources.[c1859]
 3. Trial and error : an Oxford anthology of legal stories / edited by Fred R. Shapiro and Jane Garry.1998.
 4. Trial and lawyering skills in a nutshell / Kenney F. Hegland, James E. Rogers Professor of Law Emeritus, University of Arizona.[2016]
 5. Trial and lawyering skills in a nutshell / Kenney F. Hegland, James E. Rogers Professor of Law Emeritus, University of Arizona.[2016]
 6. Trial and practice skills in a nutshell / by Kenney F. Hegland.2002.
 7. The trial and respite of George Victor Townley for wilful murder : with original documents and correspondence now first published : Dr. Winslow's analysis of the convict's mind.[1864?]
 8. Trial aspects of a probate case.[c1990]
 9. The trial at bar of Sir Roger C.D. Tichborne, bart., in the Court of Queen's bench at Westminster, before Lord Chief Justice Cockburn, Mr. Justice Mellor, & Mr. Justice Lush, for perjury, commencing Wednesday, April 23, 1873, and ending Saturday, February 28, 1874. To which is prefixed a biographical sketch of the defendant. Dedicated to Her Majesty the Queen: by Dr. Kenealy, M.P.1875-80.
 10. The trial at full length of Lord Charles Bentinck for crim. con. with Lady Abdy, for which was obtained a verdict of 7,000 pounds damages containing a faithful narrative of the many curious and interesting particulars during the whole course of the connexion; to which is added correct copies of the whole of the interesting and original letters that passed between the parties; illustrating many curious circumstances never before made known.[1816?]
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