Maximilian St.George

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Maximilian John St.George (born 1885) was a Chicago attorney who defended Joe McWilliams during the Great Sedition Trial of 1944. During the trial he and attorney Hobart Little were fired upon when a bullet passed through the windshield of their car.[1]

In 1945 St. George along with accused defendant Lawrence Dennis co-authored the book A Trial on Trial: The Great Sedition Trial of 1944.

In 1951 St.George represented Joseph Beauharnais of the White Circle League who was accused of group libel of Blacks.

Maximilian St.George was a 1908 graduate from the University of Notre Dame.

Other works

  • Traveling Light, Or, Cycling Europe on Fifty Cents a Day (1923)

Notes

  1. The Sedition Case, page 88

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