Walter C. Owen

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Walter Cecil Owen (September 26, 1868 – April 15, 1934) was a Wisconsin jurist and politician.[1]

Born in Trenton, Wisconsin, Owen received his law degree from the University of Wisconsin. He served in the Wisconsin State Senate and was Wisconsin Attorney General for three terms. In 1918, Owen was appointed to the Wisconsin Supreme Court serving until his death.[2]


  1. ^ Index to Politicians: Owen. The Political Graveyard. Retrieved on 2016-01-22.
  2. ^ Walter C. Owen (1868–1934).
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Preceded by
Levi H. Bancroft
Attorney General of Wisconsin
Succeeded by
Spencer Haven

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