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1980 Dec. 31

Grace v. Butterworth, December 31 1980: court opinion

Massachusetts - Opinion of the United States Court of Appeals upholding the denial of habeas corpus in the petition brought by Parky and Ross Grace.

Frank Grace Papers

1977

Judgement entered November 17, 1978

Bristol County (Mass.) - Judgement in favor of the state, upholding the original conviction for Parky and Ross and denying them a retrial.

Frank Grace Papers

1977

Brief for the defendents

Bristol County (Mass.) - The defense's arguments for a new trial for Parky and Ross Grace in 1977.

Frank Grace Papers

1978 Jan. 23

Grace and Grace v Butterworth: respondent's memorandum of law

Massachusetts - Description of the Grace's petition for habeas corpus relief, and the argument against it being granted, submitted on behalf of Fred Butterworth.

Frank Grace Papers

1979 July 30

Grace v. Butterworth and Grace v. Fair, July 30 1979: application for certificate of probable cause

Massachusetts - Legal document that was required by law to be filed as part of the Grace's appeal case.

Frank Grace Papers

1979 Jan. 17

Grace v. Butterworth and Grace v. Fair, January 17 1979: answer

Massachusetts - The answer submitted on behalf of Butterworh and Fair, in response to the many allegations made against them in the complaint filed by Parky and Ross Grace. Includes the 1974 warrants for Ross and Parky to be moved to the Massachusetts Correctional Institute in Walpole.

Frank Grace Papers

1981 Apr. 17

The Beacon Hill update volume 5 number 14

Massachusetts - Local newsletter focusing on issues that affect low-income people and families. The cover story, "Are inmates due 'due process'?" describes the transfer of 19 prisoners from Walpole to other prisons and mentions Frank Grace as one of the inmates who was moved while being a plaintiff in an open federal case against the prison.

Frank Grace Papers

1978 Nov. 17

Grace and Grace v. Butterworth, November 17 1978: court opinion

Massachusetts - Opinion of the United States Court of Appeals, written by Senior Circuit Judge Bailey Aldrich, in the habeus corpus petition brought by Parky and Ross Grace.

Frank Grace Papers