While most people know Abraham Lincoln was a lawyer prior to becoming President, few may know he also had experience as a judge. As an attorney Lincoln worked in the Eighth Judicial Circuit in Illinois, and twice a year (usually in the fall and spring) he'd spend nearly 3 months travelling by horseback and stopping at each county seat for a brief court term (usually 2 days to a week in duration). Much of the time Lincoln argued cases in front of Judge David Davis who travelled the circuit with him. When Davis was ill or had other personal business to take care of, he usually asked Lincoln…
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