- Clarence (Seward),1857–1938, U.S. lawyer, lecturer, and author.
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The examination morphed into a far-reaching conversation between Bryan and Darrow on scriptural interpretation.The Scopes Monkey Trial 2.0: It’s Not About the Stupid Science-Deniers
July 21, 2014
Rules of evidence, judicial procedure, and ethical standards have all been tightened and reformed since Darrow's heyday.
Darrow had as much of an impact on the time he lived as anyone who ever practiced law or any other profession, for that matter.
Darrow was many things in his illustrious life lived in the headlines.
Darrow lost the case but won the spectacle in a drama that lives on today in the magnificent Spencer Tracy film Inherit the Wind.
Darrow stared into the tumbler, tasted the medicine, and frowned.
And yet, until that moment, she had believed Darrow to be her slave.
There was a pause; then Darrow took the tumbler and stirred the contents.
“I meant for myself,” said Darrow, deliberately, looking her full in the face.
At the Theatre Francais, the next afternoon, Darrow yawned and fidgeted in his seat.The Reef