Edalji

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Arthur Conan Doyle - Life and Career - Correcting Injustice
... shy half-British, half-Indian lawyer named George Edalji who had allegedly penned threatening letters and mutilated animals ... Police were set on Edalji's conviction, even though the mutilations continued after their suspect was jailed ... Appeal was established in 1907, so not only did Conan Doyle help George Edalji, his work helped establish a way to correct other miscarriages of justice ...
George Edalji - Wrongful Conviction
... Nonetheless, despite the Home Office's conclusion that Edalji was innocent of slashing animals, the Home Office stood by the idea that Edalji was ... Edalji died at 9 Brockett Close, Welwyn Garden City, on June 17, 1953, from coronary thrombosis ...
Arthur & George - Characters in "Arthur & George"
... George Edalji, solicitor in Birmingham Charlotte Edalji née Stoneham, George's mother Shapurji Edalji, George's father, vicar of Great Wyrley Maud Edalji, George ...
George Edalji
... George Ernest Thompson Edalji (March 1876 – 17 June 1953) was a solicitor from the West Midlands who became world-famous in 1907 when Sir Arthur Conan Doyle campaigned to have him declared innocent of maliciously ... Edalji was the eldest of the three children of Shapurji Edalji and Charlotte Edalji (née Stoneham) ... Edalji became a solicitor in Birmingham, England, in 1898 ...
Conan Doyle - Life and Career - Correcting Injustice
... The first case, in 1906, involved a shy half-British, half-Indian lawyer named George Edalji who had allegedly penned threatening letters and mutilated animals ... Police were set on Edalji's conviction, even though the mutilations continued after their suspect was jailed ... the Court of Criminal Appeal was established in 1907, so not only did Conan Doyle help George Edalji, his work helped establish a way to correct other miscarriages of justice ...