Lawyers in the Trial of Christian Rudovitz

The Russian government wanted to extradite Rudovitz (alternatively spelled Rudowitz) who lived in Chicago from the United States for allegedly participating in the murder of three members of a family, arson, and theft during the 1905 Russian Revolution. Clarence Darrow and other lawyers worked on behalf of Rudowitz. Left to right: Isaac A. Horwich, William C. Rigby, J.M. Bryant, Peter Sissman, Northwestern University Professor Charles C. Hyde, and Clarence Darrow. Rigby represented the Russian consulate. DN-0006760, Chicago Daily News negatives collection, Chicago Historical Society.