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Howe Trial #489201

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Jul 22, 1976
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(Studio) Representative Allan Howe on trial for soliciting sex from police prostitute decoys.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Salt Lake City, California) Howe, attorney and wife arrive at court Crime is misdemeanor but conviction could cost Howe his political career. Court audience large. Police decoy, Margaret Hamblin,testifies how Howe approached her and Kathleen Taylor. Taylor cites sex acts requested by Howe. Attorney Dean Mitchell unable to shake women's stories.
REPORTER: George Lewis

(Studio) Defense rests its case without calling witnesses. Final arguments due Friday
REPORTER: John Chancellor

Chancellor, John;
Lewis, George

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