- Roger Taney represented Jacob Winter in this petition to have a decision rendered against him, and in favor of Jonathan Haslett, for 20 dollars plus interest accrued overturned. Previously, John Huston Esquire, a Justice of the Peace for Frederick County, had ruled against Winter and declared that he owed Haslett 20 dollars with interest for a debt. Winter maintained that this decision was unjust and contrary to the equity & right of the matter because the judgment should have been found in his favor in the first ruling on the matter.
|Collection||The Papers of Roger B. Taney, 1792 (1805-1812) - 1818|
|Folder||The Papers of Roger B. Taney|
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