Deisinger’s petition (Schmorell)
[Illegible] [Note 1] Deisinger, J.D. and [Illegible], Attorney-at-Law
Nussbaum Str. 12 / 1st Floor
Office Hours: [Illegible] except for Saturdays
[Illegible] Bank Account: Munich No. [Illegible]
Munich, March 30, 1943
/Stamp: [Illegible] [Note 2] 1943/
To the Chief Prosecutor of the Reich, People’s Court, Berlin W9, Bellevue Str. 15.
With regards to: Schmorell Alexander, former medical student, [residing in] Munich 9, Benediktenwand Str. 12, for high treason.
Dr. Hugo Schmorell, M.D., medical specialist in Munich, Benediktenwand Str. 12, the father of the suspect, has asked me to assume the defense of his son in this matter.
I therefore submit this Petition to be authorized as retained [Note 3] defense counsel of the suspect and therefore to be granted visitation rights in Munich.
/Signature: [Illegible]/, Attorney-at-Law
1. Require power of attorney.
Berlin, April 9, 1943. [Note 4]
Note 1: Name ends with “…gfried”, so is likely Siegfried, but cannot tell from this document.
Note 2: Could be April 2.
Note 3: In contrast to court-appointed defense counsel.
Note 4: There are additional handwritten notes on this document that are largely illegible.
Source: NJ1704 (66)