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Lorenzo Sawyer was the 9th Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of California. Jump to: navigation, search Justices of the Supreme Court of California (circa. ...

Preceded by:
John Currey
Chief Justice of the California Supreme Court
Succeeded by:
Augustus L. Rhodes

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Corpate Law (5947 words)
In 1879 Judge Lorenzo Sawyer of the Ninth Circuit Court ruled in the Orton case that the federal government had control over the railroad land grants.
Sawyer was involved in several railroad cases that will shortly follow.
Sawyer was uniquely placed to expand the powers of corporations and used unorthodox interpretations of statues and judicial review to do so.
Gold, Greed & Genocide: Legacy Of Poison (1880 words)
Ironically the four men who finally closed down the hydraulic industry - Lorenzo Sawyer, James Keyes and George Ohleyer, the leader of the farmers, and their lawyer George Cadwalader - were all miners at some point in their lives.
Sawyer himself was a '49er, Cadwalader and Ohleyer, also arrived the California Gold Rush while Keyes worked in the Nevada mines.
Despite the billions of tones of sediment that were already poised in mountain valleys waiting to descend in the first heavy rains, the Anti-Debris Association maintained that the dams should only be built after the hydraulicking had ceased completely so as not to give the miners an excuse to continue their destructive activities.
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