Diepold request for information
Munich, April 14, 1943
[Illegible] [Note 1]
People’s Court, Berlin, [Illegible] Council
/Stamp: People’s [Illegible], [Illegible] 1943/
With regards to: Schmorell and those named for preparations of high treason.
As defense counsel for the accused Graf and Guter, I herewith respond to the petition for continuation of incarceration by requesting determination [Note 2] of the facts of the case.
/Signature: [Illegible/, Attorney-at-Law.
Note 1: File number – and it appears to be the same as above (6 J etc.), but it is cut off and therefore rendered illegible.
Note 2: Can also mean conclusion of.
Editor’s note: Although the attorney’s name is illegible, it must be Dr. Hugo Diepold, since he represented Willi Graf and Heinrich Guter (and later Gisela Schertling).
Source: NJ1704 (71)