5 record(s) were found:

TRIAL #675
Date: 1907/6/17; Reels(s): 104.
Defendant(s): Ignazio DeLeonardo, Sex: M; Pietro Pampinella, Sex: M; Rosina Martinise, Sex: M;
Charge(s): Kidnapping;
Judge: Thomas C. O'Sullivan;
Defense Attorney(s): Hyacinth Ringrose;
Prosecuting Attorney(s): Keyran J. O'Connor;
Note(s): Impleaded with Pietro Pampinella and Rosina Martinise.
Stenographer Number: 484; Page(s): 68 p.

Court: Court of General Sessions

TRIAL #784
Date: 1908/3/10; Reels(s): 116.
Defendant(s): Maud G. Clark, Sex: F;
Charge(s): Kidnapping;
Judge: James T. Malone;
Defense Attorney(s): John J. Finn;
Prosecuting Attorney(s): Arthur C. Train;
Stenographer Number: 467; Page(s): 251 p.

Court: Court of General Sessions

TRIAL #1427
Date: 1911/10/25; Reels(s): 185.
Defendant(s): Vito Micelli, Sex: M;
Charge(s): Kidnapping;
Judge: Warren W. Foster;
Defense Attorney(s): C. B. F. Barra;
Prosecuting Attorney(s): Isidore Wasservogel;
Stenographer Number: 1547; Page(s): 73 p.

Court: Court of General Sessions

TRIAL #1776
Date: 1913/11/14; Reels(s): 226.
Defendant(s): Lena Placa, Sex: F;
Charge(s): Kidnapping;
Judge: James T. Malone;
Defense Attorney(s): Samuel Feldman;
Prosecuting Attorney(s): Medalie;
Stenographer Number: 2045; Page(s): 72 p.

Court: Court of General Sessions

TRIAL #3136
Date: 1899/06/17; Reels(s): 374.
Defendant(s): George B. Barrow, Sex: M; Addie Brown, Sex: F; Carrie Jones, Sex: F; Mark Beauregard, Sex: M; James A. Wilson, Sex: M; Addie Barrow, Sex: F; Jennie Beauregard, Sex: F; Jennie Wilson, Sex: F; Belle Anderson, Sex: F;
Charge(s): Kidnapping;
Judge: Edgar L. Fursman;
Defense Attorney(s): Irving Brown; William F. Howe; Joseph F. Moss;
Prosecuting Attorney(s): Maurice B. Blumenthal; Asa Bird Gardiner; Charles LeBarbier; Charles E. F. McCann;
Note(s): Abstract. Impleaded with Addie Brown and Carrie Jones. George Barrow, otherwise called Mark Beauregard, otherwise called James A. Wilson. Addie Barrow, otherwise called Jennie Beauregard, otherwise called Jennie Wilson. Carrie Jones, otherwise called Belle Anderson.
Stenographer Number: 160; Page(s): 111 p.

Court: New York Supreme Court

 

 

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