Who was John Scopes lawyer?
John Scope's lawyer was Clarence Darrow.
Clarence Darrow was John Scopes' lawyer. The opposite lawyer was Bryan. Bryan won the case, but he lost the argument. Evolution wasn't taught in the classroom for another 45 years.
Clarence Darrow, or if you are refering to the book "Inherit the Wind" it is Henry Drummond the alias the author used to reference him.
John T. Scopes died in 1970.
John Thomas Scopes died on October 21, 1970.
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John T. Scopes was born on August 3, 1900.
Scopes was fined and the law was upheld
John Scopes, Clarance Darrow.
John Thomas Scopes was born on August 3, 1900, in Paducah, Kentucky, USA.
John T. Scopes could not recall teaching the Theory of Evolution.
William jennings brian
John T. Raulston was the judge in the Scopes trial.
Charles Darwin In The State of Tennessee v. John Thomas Scopes, otherwise known as the Scopes Monkey Trial, John Thomas Scopes was fined for teaching evolution in the public school system. The verdict was overturned on a technicality.
John Scopes was charged for teaching evolution in the state of Tennessee, which was in direct violation of the Tennessee's Butler Act.
John Scopes was a teacher known for being tried for teaching evolution to his students. During his trial, known as the Scopes trial, he contended that evolution should be allowed to be taught, but was ultimately found guilty.
The Scopes Trial, formally known as "The State of Tennessee v. John Thomas Scopes" took place in Dayton, Tennessee.
For teaching evolution.
John Thomas Scopes was a teacher in Dayton, Tennessee, who was charged on May 5, 1925 for violating Tennessee's Butler Act, which prohibited the teaching of evolution in Tennessee schools. He was tried in a case known as the Scopes Trial.
John Scopes. he was tried in the Scopes Monkey trial for teaching the theory of evolution.
The Scopes Trial ended with John T. Scopes being convicted of teaching evolution in his school. He was fined 100 dollars. The conviction was overturned on a technicality.
Henry Drummond (Clarence Darrow in the real trial) defended the teacher, Bertram Cates, (John Scopes in the real trial) for teaching evolution.
William Jjennings Bryan
he was convicted for teaching evolution
He disobeyed state law and taught the science of evolution. This became known as the "Scopes Monkey Trial."
The Scopes trial, formally listed as The State of Tennessee v. John Thomas Scopes, was a turning point for the teaching of evolution in schools. John Scopes purposefully incriminated himself to force an upturn on the Tennessee's Butler Act, which made it unlawful to teach human evolution in schools funded by the state.
The 8 day Scopes Trial ended when the jury reached a verdict on July 21, 1925. John Scopes was found guilty and charged a fine.
The subject that John Scopes was teaching on the occasion that he was said to have broken the then law of Tennesee was biology. This necessarily involves the study of evolution, a foundation concept of biology.
Clarence Darrow is most remembered, although there were other men on the team.
It was Clarence Darrow who is better known for the Scopes Monkey trial in 1925.
his role as a defense lawyer, particularly in the "Scopes Trial".
John Thomas Scopes
John Scopes for teaching evolution
John Atom's was a lawyer for 35 years
In 1925 the State of Tennessee accused substitute high school teacher John T. Scopes of violating state law by teaching human evolution in a state-funded school. The trial is known as the Scopes Trial or the Scopes Monkey Trial. Scopes was found guilty and fined $100. The verdict subsequently was overturned. The trial featured two famous attorneys. William Jennings Bryan argued for the prosecution. Clarence Darrow represented Scopes.
John A Macdonald became a Lawyer at the age of 20.
The Lawyer who won the trial was Attorney William Jennings Bryan. However it might be important to point out that the verdict was later overturned by the appellate court of Tennessee. Correction: Attorney Clarance Darrow was the lawyer who won the trial. Attorney William Jennings Bryan was council for the defense. The case was still overturned on appeal. Note: the Scopes trial was not "against evolution", it was against teaching evolution in any state funded… Read More
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