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LDS 1826 trial information:
John S. Reed, Smith's legal counsel during his 1830 trials, remembered that Smith had been arrested "for the crime of glass looking " (John S. Reed to Brigham Young, 6 December 1861, p. 1, Brigham Young Collection, LDS Church Archives, Salt Lake City, UT).
some very officious person complained of him as a disorderly person, and brought him before the authorities of the county... (Messenger & Advocate, October, 1835, Oliver Cowdery, p. 201)
1826 Trial (Hearing) of Joseph Smith abridged version of lightplanet article