Bar association to re-enact Lincoln in murder trial
WOODSTOCK – In August 1859, Abraham Lincoln argued what would turn out to be his last case as a lawyer.
He appeared in Sangamon Circuit Court as defense attorney for murder defendant Peachy Quinn Harrison.
A few months later, in May 1860, Lincoln would accept the Republican Party nomination to run for president of the United States.
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