The Amistad - Significance, Cinque On Trial, Further Readings
Joseph Cinque, et al.
That the slaves aboard the Amistad should be convicted of mutiny.
Chief Lawyer for Appellant
Harry D. Gilpin, U.S. Attorney General
Chief Lawyers for Appellees
John Quincy Adams, Roger S. Baldwin
Justices for the Court
Philip P. Barbour, John Catron, John McKinley, John McLean, Joseph Story (writing for the Court), Smith Thompson, Roger Brooke Taney, James M. Wayne
Date of Decision
The Court would not convict the participants in the Amistad mutiny.
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