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Reports on the Supreme Court's decision to set aside Sam's 1954 conviction, holding that the trial judge, the late Edward Blythin, "did not fulfill his duty to protect Sheppard from inherently prejudicial publicity which saturated the county." The court also held that Judge Blythin had failed "to control disruptive influences in the courtroom."
Judge Edward Blythin, Sam Sheppard, publicity, Ariane Tebbenjohanns Sheppard
Cleveland Press, "66/06/06 Supreme Court Sets Aside Sheppard Murder Conviction" (1966). All Articles. 58.