Alfred Moore


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Moore, Alfred

(1755–1810) Supreme Court justice; born in New Hanover County, N.C. He fought in the American Revolution (1776–81) and served as North Carolina's attorney general (1782–91), and on the state legislature (1782) before President John Adams named him to the U.S. Supreme Court (1799–1804).
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FORMER policeman Steve Lawson has spent many hundreds of hours over the past 12 years trying to clear the name of Alfred Moore - and he's not about to give up.
MY father, Alfred Moore, passed away in August 2012.
"A butcher from Warkworth, Alfred Moore, provided the horse and the police provided the outriders to hold back the throngs.
It was founded by James Alfred Moore in 1903 on the corner of Waverley Road and Warwick Road, and moved to its present location three years later.
Alfred Moore, the president and CEO of third-party administrator Wausau Benefits put it bluntly: "ERISA provides a good set of rules.
Jeremy Dein QC reviewed the case of poultry farmer and house burglar Alfred Moore who was sentenced to death for murdering two policemen, Det Insp Duncan Fraser and Pc Gordon Jagger, on land at his farm in Kirkheaton in 1951.
Former detective Steve Lawson has been campaigning to clear the name of Alfred Moore for over a decade, alongside Moore's surviving daughters, and is now being assisted by an experienced QC who has agreed to work on a pro bono - voluntary and without payment - basis.
Although an arrest was made and the suspect Alfred Moore hanged, no gun was ever found and there is a theory that the true killer ran away.
Retired officer Steve Lawson said he will launch another appeal to posthumously quash the conviction of Kirkheaton farmer Alfred Moore.
He was awarded the Queens Commendation Medal for persuading Alfred Moore of Whinney Close Farm on Cockley Hill to surrender after he had shot and killed two policemen in the fields around there.
ALFRED Moore's defence counsel would have been more use "if he had stayed in bed".