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HEIM, MICHAEL:

Austrian jurist; born Aug. 18, 1852, at Jakosič, Slavonia. He studied law at the University of Vienna (1871-75), and became royal assistant attorney ("Staatsanwaltsubstitut") at the court of Essegg (1883-90) and district judge at Brod-on-the-Saave (1890-98). In 1898 he was appointed attorney-general, a rare distinction for a Jew in Austria. On Aug. 24, 1903, he was appointed first president of the royal tribunal of Mitrovicz.

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