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TRIAL #915
Date: 1908/12/10; Reels(s): 126.
Defendant(s): Jacob Levy, Sex: M; Wolf Levy, Sex: M; Nathan Traum, Sex: M;
Charge(s): Grand larceny (2nd degree), attempted;
Judge: Warren W. Foster;
Defense Attorney(s): M. A. Sachs;
Prosecuting Attorney(s): Robert E. Manley;
Note(s): Jacob Levy, otherwise called Nathan Traum.
Stenographer Number: 707; Page(s): 144 p.

Court: Court of General Sessions

TRIAL #1184
Date: 1910/6/10; Reels(s): 155.
Defendant(s): Conselato Guarino, Sex: M;
Charge(s): Abduction;
Judge: James T. Malone;
Defense Attorney(s): Jacob Levy;
Prosecuting Attorney(s): Joseph H. Adams;
Stenographer Number: 1177; Page(s): 110 p.

Court: Court of General Sessions

TRIAL #1323
Date: 1911/3/2; Reels(s): 172.
Defendant(s): Gottlieb Laib, Sex: M;
Charge(s): Assault (1st degree);
Judge: Thomas C. T. Crain;
Defense Attorney(s): Jacob Levy;
Prosecuting Attorney(s): Edward J. McGuire;
Stenographer Number: 1368; Page(s): 362 p.

Court: Court of General Sessions

TRIAL #1368
Date: 1911/5/4; Reels(s): 176.
Defendant(s): Pasquale DeRosa, Sex: M; Antonio Rubiano, Sex: M; Rosario Littieri, Sex: M; Giuseppe Palazzola, Sex: M;
Charge(s): Burglary (3rd degree);
Judge: Joseph F. Mulqueen;
Defense Attorney(s): M. Jesse Henry; Jacob Levy;
Prosecuting Attorney(s): Harold S. Deming;
Note(s): Indicted with Rosario Littieri and Giuseppe Palazzola. See case 1367 for trial of Rosario Littieri and Giuseppe Palazzola.
Stenographer Number: 1494; Page(s): 31 p.

Court: Court of General Sessions

TRIAL #2577
Date: 1919/02/24; Reels(s): 321.
Defendant(s): Tony Lesandro, Sex: M; John Manderino, Sex: M; Severio Manderino, Sex: M; Frank Palumbo, Sex: M; Perci Accanto, Sex: M;
Charge(s): Burglary (3rd degree);
Judge: Charles C. Nott Jr.;
Defense Attorney(s): Jacob Levy; Charles A. Novello;
Prosecuting Attorney(s): William A. McQuaid;
Note(s): Impleaded with Perci Accanto. See case 2584 for related trial.
Stenographer Number: 3067; Page(s): 96 p.

Court: Court of General Sessions

 

 

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