7 record(s) were found:

TRIAL #4
Date: 1890/1/15; Reels(s): 1.
Defendant(s): Louis P. Aldrich, Sex: M;
Charge(s): Rape;
Judge: Fitzgerald;
Defense Attorney(s): Purdy;
Prosecuting Attorney(s): Jerome;
Note(s): See case 3297 (First District Police Court) for first trial.
Stenographer Number: 2277; Page(s): 149 p.

Court: Court of General Sessions

TRIAL #30
Date: 1892/11/01; Reels(s): 8.
Defendant(s): Matthew F. Dailey, Sex: M;
Charge(s): Rape;
Judge: Frederick Smyth;
Defense Attorney(s): Friend; House;
Prosecuting Attorney(s): Charles E. Simms; Bartow S. Weeks;
Stenographer Number: 479; Page(s): 768 p.

Court: Court of General Sessions

TRIAL #92
Date: 1897/5/7; Reels(s): 22.
Defendant(s): Francis B. Daniels, Sex: M;
Charge(s): Rape;
Judge: Joseph E. Newburger;
Defense Attorney(s): W. H. Hall;
Prosecuting Attorney(s): Alfred Lauterbach;
Stenographer Number: 503; Page(s): 174 p.

Court: Court of General Sessions

TRIAL #148
Date: 1899/03/13; Reels(s): 31.
Defendant(s): Winter D. Robinson, Sex: M;
Charge(s): Rape;
Judge: John W. Goff;
Defense Attorney(s): John J. Halligan;
Prosecuting Attorney(s): Stephen S. Blake; Keyran J. O'Connor;
Stenographer Number: 934; Page(s): 151 p.

TRIAL #2261
Date: 1916//; Reels(s): 286.
Defendant(s): Morris Greenberg, Sex: M;
Charge(s): Assault; Rape;
Judge:
Note(s): Exact date not available.
Stenographer Number: 2810; Page(s): 53 p.

Court: Court of General Sessions

TRIAL #3297
Date: 1889/12/17; Reels(s): 415.
Defendant(s): Louis P. Aldrich, Sex: M;
Charge(s): Rape;
Judge: James T. Kilbreth;
Defense Attorney(s): Stocking;
Prosecuting Attorney(s): Edward Becker;
Note(s): First District Police Court. See case case 4 (Court of General Sessions of the Peace) for second trial.
Stenographer Number: 2276; Page(s): 55 p.

Court: Miscellaneous Tribunals

TRIAL #3317
Date: 1910/01/10; Reels(s): 420.
Defendant(s):
Charge(s): Abduction; Disorderly houses: Keeping of; Prostitution: Compulsory prostitution of women; Rape;
Judge:
Note(s): Extensive general investigation of the "White Slavery" traffic in the county of New York as well as numerous specific cases related charges such as rape, abduction and keeping a disorderly house.
Stenographer Number: 1973; Page(s): 2 v.
Full-Text Transcript available: 3317.pdf  3317_2.pdf  
Court: Grand Jury

 

 

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