Enrich your knowledge on a variety of cultural topics reaching back to the Victorian era. At the same time, enjoy delicious hot tea and desserts from featured local bakeries. All this — plus delightful accompaniment music and the historic setting of the Clayton House — makes for a splendid hour on a Saturday. Following the tea, a guided museum tour is provided.
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Saturday, June 14, 2014, 2:00 p.m.:
“Servants of the Law: Reflections of Two Prosecutors, 140 Years Apart”
With Sebastian County Prosecuting Attorney Daniel Shue and, in spirit, William H. H. Clayton!
Speaker Dan Shue, who has served in the county prosecutor’s office since graduating from law school in 1983 and as chief prosecutor since 2009, will discuss the differences and similarities he faces in his criminal law work today with that of William H. H. Clayton, the U.S. Attorney in Fort Smith’s frontier federal court.
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