Benoit of Comberbach

Champion defender for The Great Lawsuit (1843), Benoit Woodbridge Comberbach (of Comberbach) would eventually pen By Order of Understanding in the late 19th century (a transformative legal doctrine better known as Clemency and Commiseration in the 20th century and simply, Druthers for Others, or how it is referred to today).

 Benoit of Comberbach, 1872 2015, found tintype  Copyright © Tennyson Woodbridge, 1963 to present. All appropriation rights reserved

Benoit of Comberbach, 1872
2015, found tintype
Copyright © Tennyson Woodbridge, 1963 to present. All appropriation rights reserved

Empire Makers

Angry from that moment on, we would never be the same...

 July 10, 1973: Van Nuys, California, Lucille Miller, 43, paroled a year ago after serving seven years in prison for the slaying of her dentist and husband, is seen leaving municipal court on Monday after her arraignment on a charge of shoplifting a $7 blouse. If convicted, Mrs. Miller faces a possible revocation of her parole and a return to prison, to serve more of the life term originally given on the murder charge.  Empire Makers_4, 2015, purchased press-release   photo  ,  10 x 6-1/4,"   all appropriation rights reserved .

July 10, 1973: Van Nuys, California, Lucille Miller, 43, paroled a year ago after serving seven years in prison for the slaying of her dentist and husband, is seen leaving municipal court on Monday after her arraignment on a charge of shoplifting a $7 blouse. If convicted, Mrs. Miller faces a possible revocation of her parole and a return to prison, to serve more of the life term originally given on the murder charge.
Empire Makers_4, 2015, purchased press-release photo,  10 x 6-1/4," all appropriation rights reserved.

 October 8, 1964: Cork's rented Volkswagen is inspected by authorities; Baynan Street, Alta Loma (referred to now as Rancho Cucamonga).  "Angry from that moment on, we would never be the same:" Daughter Deborah J. Miller,   A Mother's Crime  .

October 8, 1964: Cork's rented Volkswagen is inspected by authorities; Baynan Street, Alta Loma (referred to now as Rancho Cucamonga).

"Angry from that moment on, we would never be the same:" Daughter Deborah J. Miller, A Mother's Crime.

 1965: During the trial, Lucille Miller confers with her attorney, Edward P. Foley.  Photo Credit: John Malmin, photo journalist for the LA Times .

1965: During the trial, Lucille Miller confers with her attorney, Edward P. Foley. Photo Credit: John Malmin, photo journalist for the LA Times.

 1965: Dr. Gordan (Cork) Miller, Lucille Marie Miller, and Lucille Miller's lover, attorney Arthwell C. Hayton.  Empire Makers_5, 2015, found   photograph  ,  8 x 10,"   all appropriation rights reserved .

1965: Dr. Gordan (Cork) Miller, Lucille Marie Miller, and Lucille Miller's lover, attorney Arthwell C. Hayton.
Empire Makers_5, 2015, found photograph,  8 x 10," all appropriation rights reserved.