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TRIAL #2674
Date: 1919/08/14; Reels(s): 329.
Defendant(s): Edward Alam, Sex: M; Frank Flanigan, Sex: M; Patrick McCabe, Sex: M; Robert McCabe, Sex: M; Dennis Kilda, Sex: M; Alfred Winquist, Sex: M; John Anderson, Sex: M; Alvin Winquist, Sex: M;
Charge(s): Robbery (1st degree) (as second offense);
Judge: Thomas C. T. Crain;
Defense Attorney(s): Charles H. McCarty; Robert M. Moore;
Prosecuting Attorney(s): James G. Wallace;
Note(s): Patrick McCabe, alias Robert McCabe; Frank Flanigan, alias Dennis Kilda. Impleaded with Alfred Winquist, alias Alvin Winquist, alais John Anderson. See case 2675 for trial cf Frank Flanigan and Edward Alam.
Stenographer Number: 08; Page(s): 36 p

Court: Court of General Sessions

TRIAL #2675
Date: 1919/08/20; Reels(s): 330.
Defendant(s): Edward Alam, Sex: M; Frank Flanigan, Sex: M; Patrick McCabe, Sex: M;
Charge(s): Robbery (1st degree) (as second offense);
Judge: Thomas C. T. Crain;
Defense Attorney(s): Charles H. McCarty; Roberth M. Moore;
Prosecuting Attorney(s): James G. Wallace;
Note(s): Adjourned. Impleaded with Patrick McCabe. See 2674 for trial of Patrick McCabe and Edward Alam and first trial of Frank Flanigan.
Stenographer Number: 3169; Page(s): 275 p

Court: Court of General Sessions

TRIAL #2715
Date: 1919/12/08; Reels(s): 333.
Defendant(s): Alexander Johnson, Sex: M; Frank Flanagan, Sex: M;
Charge(s): Murder (1st degree);
Judge: Charles C. Nott Jr.;
Defense Attorney(s): Robert Bonynge; Charles H. McCarty;
Prosecuting Attorney(s): George N. Brothers;
Note(s): Impleaded with Frank Flanagan. See case 2690 for trial of Frank Flanagan.
Stenographer Number: 3218; Page(s): 301 p.

Court: Court of General Sessions

TRIAL #3102
Date: 1922/02/08; Reels(s): 371.
Defendant(s): Frank Garritano, Sex: M;
Charge(s): Manslaughter (1st degree);
Judge: Charles C. Nott Jr.;
Defense Attorney(s): Charles H. McCarty;
Prosecuting Attorney(s): Brothers;
Stenographer Number: 3660; Page(s): 193 p.

Court: Court of General Sessions

 

 

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