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TRIAL #1093
Date: 1910/2/1; Reels(s): 145.
Defendant(s): Paul Drenka, Sex: M;
Charge(s): Prostitution: Compulsory prostitution of women;
Judge: Otto A. Rosalsky;
Defense Attorney(s): Henry Ernstein; Harry Kopp;
Prosecuting Attorney(s): Appleton; Millard H. Ellison;
Stenographer Number: 280; Page(s): 64 p.

Court: Court of General Sessions

TRIAL #1874
Date: 1914/5/6; Reels(s): 237.
Defendant(s): James Purcell, Sex: M;
Charge(s): Murder (1st degree);
Judge: Charles C. Nott Jr.;
Defense Attorney(s): Harry Kopp; Joseph S. Rosalsky;
Prosecuting Attorney(s): Theron R. Strong; Isidor Wasservogel;
Note(s): See case 1813 for first trial.
Stenographer Number: 2246; Page(s): 2 v.

Court: Court of General Sessions

TRIAL #2006
Date: 1915/1/8; Reels(s): 252.
Defendant(s): Max Nussbaum, Sex: M;
Charge(s): Receiving;
Judge: Edward Swann;
Defense Attorney(s): Harry Kopp;
Prosecuting Attorney(s): John M. Minton Jr.;
Stenographer Number: 2473; Page(s): 257 p.

Court: Court of General Sessions

TRIAL #2212
Date: 1916/6/22; Reels(s): 279.
Defendant(s): Abraham Cohen, Sex: M;
Charge(s): Seduction: Under promise of marriage;
Judge: Charles C. Nott;
Defense Attorney(s): Harry Kopp;
Prosecuting Attorney(s): James E. McDonald;
Note(s): Adjourned.
Stenographer Number: 2679; Page(s): 205 p.

Court: Court of General Sessions

TRIAL #2320
Date: 1917/6/15; Reels(s): 295.
Defendant(s): Jacques Wolfner, Sex: M;
Charge(s): Receiving;
Judge: John F. McIntyre;
Defense Attorney(s): Harry Kopp;
Prosecuting Attorney(s): Eder;
Stenographer Number: 2777; Page(s): 139 p.

Court: Court of General Sessions

TRIAL #2802
Date: 1920/4/12; Reels(s): 341.
Defendant(s): William Kupperschmidt, Sex: M; Joseph Kupperschmidt, Sex: M;
Charge(s): Receiving (1st degree);
Judge: John F. McIntyre;
Defense Attorney(s): Harry Kopp;
Prosecuting Attorney(s): Lewis Abrams;
Note(s): Impleaded with Joseph Kupperschmidt.
Stenographer Number: 3383; Page(s): 115 p.

Court: Court of General Sessions

 

 

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