Johnson Tal Crawford was a district judge in Pontotoc County, Oklahoma, United States from 1936 to 1946. He was appointed as member of Military Tribunal I by  Harry S. Truman and judged both the  Doctors' trial (along with Walter B. Beals, Harold Sebring, and Victor C. Swearingen) and the RuSHA Trial as part of the  Subsequent Nuremberg Trials at Nuremberg. The collective judgement from the Doctors' trial led to the establishment of the Nuremberg Code. His papers are held in the Linscheid Library of  East Central University. 
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^ "Alumni" (PDF). Sooner Magazine. Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma. 21 (12): 19. August 1949 . Retrieved . 20 November 2014
^ Truman, Harry (20 December 1946). "Executive Order 9813-Appointment of the Members and the Alternate Member of a Military Tribunal Establlished for the Trial and Punishment of Major War Criminals in Germany" . Retrieved . 20 November 2014
^ "The judges of Military Tribunal I hearing the RuSHA Trial.". Photo Archives. United States Holocaust Memorial Museum . Retrieved . 21 February 2013
^ Emanuel, Ezekiel J.; Grady, Christine C.; Crouch, Robert A.; Lie, Reidar K.; Miller, Franklin G.; Wendler, David D. (2011). The Oxford Textbook of Clinical Research Ethics. Oxford University Press. pp. 136–140. ISBN 9780199768639.
^ "Linscheid Library: Special Collections". East Central University . Retrieved . 20 November 2014