5 record(s) were found:

TRIAL #731
Date: 1907/12/13; Reels(s): 110.
Defendant(s): William Clark, Sex: M; William J. Clark, Sex: M; Frank Johnson, Sex: M;
Charge(s): Burglary (1st degree) (as second offense);
Judge: Charles F. Whitman;
Defense Attorney(s): Campbell;
Prosecuting Attorney(s): Marshall;
Note(s): See case 785 for second trial. Alias William J. Clark. Frank Johnson
Stenographer Number: 435; Page(s): 91 p.

Court: Court of General Sessions

TRIAL #785
Date: 1908/3/11; Reels(s): 116.
Defendant(s): William Clark, Sex: M; William J. Clark, Sex: M; Frank Johnson, Sex: M;
Charge(s): Burglary (1st degree) (as second offense);
Judge: Warren W. Foster;
Defense Attorney(s): Charles J. Campbell;
Prosecuting Attorney(s): Harford T. Marshall;
Note(s): See case 731 for first trial. Alias William J. Clark, Frank Johnson
Stenographer Number: 414; Page(s): 102 p.

Court: Court of General Sessions

TRIAL #926
Date: 1909/1/6; Reels(s): 127.
Defendant(s): Samuel Goodman, Sex: M; Louis Goldberg, Sex: M;
Charge(s): Burglary (1st degree) (as second offense);
Judge: Thomas C. T. Crain;
Defense Attorney(s): B. L. Mitnick;
Prosecuting Attorney(s): Marshall;
Note(s): Alias Louis Goldberg. See case 951A for second trial.
Stenographer Number: 298; Page(s): 72 p.

Court: Court of General Sessions

TRIAL #951A
Date: 1909/2/16; Reels(s): 130.
Defendant(s): Samuel Goodman, Sex: M; Louis Goldberg, Sex: M;
Charge(s): Burglary (1st degree) (as second offense);
Judge: Joseph F. Mulqueen;
Defense Attorney(s): B. L. Mittnick;
Prosecuting Attorney(s): Marshall;
Note(s): Alias Louis Goldberg. See case 926 for first trial.
Stenographer Number: 606; Page(s): 62 p.

Court: Court of General Sessions

TRIAL #1442
Date: 1911/11/27; Reels(s): 187.
Defendant(s): James Cioffi, Sex: M;
Charge(s): Burglary (1st degree) (as second offense); Petit larceny (as second offense); Receiving (as second offense);
Judge: Otto A. Rosalsky;
Defense Attorney(s): O'Brien;
Prosecuting Attorney(s): Brothers;
Stenographer Number: 1584; Page(s): 120 p.

Court: Court of General Sessions

 

 

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