Byron Johnson 

Ardor in the court

Byron Johnson seeks justice in the world--literally and figuratively. From the day that he was sworn in to the Idaho State Bar in 1962 until the end of his 11-year term on the Idaho Supreme Court, he argued and ruled on hundreds…

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