Marcus Everett Langley was Pawnee's greatest lawyer at the turn of the century. His nickname was "Old Stoneface" because of his steely demeanor and because he got in an accident at the rock quarry and dynamite blew up his face.
Bad Pawnee, Good Pawnee Oklahoma?Edit
All the terrible things that have happened in the town's history are on one side, and all the good things are on the other.
Sarah Nelson QuindleEdit
In 1849, Sarah Nelson Quindle exposed her elbow outdoors, which was a Class-A Felony. Although she felt the law unjust, she acknowledged that she had broken it and she nobly accepted her punishment: to be set adrift on Lake Michigan, like a human Popsicle.
Lady Justice reminds us we’re all equal under the law. A few years ago we repainted “Our Lady Justice” to more accurately represent the husky size of our average citizen.