6 record(s) were found:

TRIAL #420
Date: 1904/03/28; Reels(s): 73.
Defendant(s): Edward E. Conrad, Sex: M; Jennie Brown, Sex: F;
Charge(s): Abortion, attempted;
Judge: John W. Goff;
Defense Attorney(s): Wauhope Lynn; W. M. K. Olcott;
Prosecuting Attorney(s): Marshall B. Clarke;
Note(s): Impleaded with Jennie Brown.
Stenographer Number: 1709; Page(s): 394 p.
Full-Text Transcript available: 420.pdf  420_2.pdf  
Court: Court of General Sessions

TRIAL #765
Date: 1908/2/20; Reels(s): 114.
Defendant(s): Francis Gray Blinn, Sex: M; Mary Miller, Sex: F;
Charge(s): Abortion, attempted;
Judge: Thomas C. T. Crain;
Defense Attorney(s): Charles E. LeBarbier;
Prosecuting Attorney(s): Arthur C. Train;
Note(s): Impleaded with Mary Miller. See case 797 for second trial.
Stenographer Number: 635; Page(s): 384 p.

Court: Court of General Sessions

TRIAL #797
Date: 1908/4/6; Reels(s): 117.
Defendant(s): Francis Gray Blinn, Sex: M; Mary Miller, Sex: M;
Charge(s): Abortion, attempted;
Judge: James T. Malone;
Defense Attorney(s): Charles E. LeBarbier;
Prosecuting Attorney(s): Derby; Train;
Note(s): Impleaded with Mary Miller. See case 765 for first trial.
Stenographer Number: 203; Page(s): 331 p.

Court: Court of General Sessions

TRIAL #1046
Date: 1909/10/14; Reels(s): 141.
Defendant(s): George Glucksman, Sex: M;
Charge(s): Abortion, attempted;
Judge: Otto A. Rosalsky;
Defense Attorney(s): Sidney L. Teven;
Prosecuting Attorney(s): Smyth;
Stenographer Number: 92; Page(s): 139 p.

Court: Court of General Sessions

TRIAL #2551
Date: 1919/01/10; Reels(s): 318.
Defendant(s): Bertha Schmulenson, Sex: F;
Charge(s): Abortion, attempted;
Judge: Charles C. Nott Jr.;
Defense Attorney(s): Nicholas Aleinikoff; Alexander Kaminsky;
Prosecuting Attorney(s): Lewis Adrams;
Note(s): Adjourned.
Stenographer Number: 3048; Page(s): 196 p.

Court: Court of General Sessions

TRIAL #3031
Date: 1921/8/9; Reels(s): 365.
Defendant(s): Fred Van Vliet, Sex: M;
Charge(s): Abortion, attempted;
Judge: Otto A. Rosalsky;
Defense Attorney(s): J. D. C. Murray;
Prosecuting Attorney(s): Cuneen;
Note(s): Recessed.
Stenographer Number: 3566; Page(s): 86 p.

Court: Court of General Sessions

 

 

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