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6 record(s) were found:

TRIAL #1900
Date: 1914/6/3; Reels(s): 241.
Defendant(s): Samuel Levine, Sex: M;
Charge(s): Grand larceny (2nd degree);
Judge: James T. Malone;
Defense Attorney(s): Samuel Dickstein;
Prosecuting Attorney(s): T. Channon Press;
Stenographer Number: 2341; Page(s): 136 p.

Court: Court of General Sessions

TRIAL #2222
Date: 1916/7/31; Reels(s): 280.
Defendant(s): Jacob Guttenberg, Sex: M;
Charge(s): Receiving;
Judge: James A. Delehanty;
Defense Attorney(s): Samuel Dickstein;
Prosecuting Attorney(s): Neilson Olcott;
Note(s): Arraigned for sentence.
Stenographer Number: 2714; Page(s): 9 p.

Court: Court of General Sessions

TRIAL #2538
Date: 1918/12/11; Reels(s): 317.
Defendant(s): Joseph J. Greenberg, Sex: M; Isidore Stahl, Sex: M;
Charge(s): Grand larceny (2nd degree);
Judge: Charles C. Nott Jr.;
Defense Attorney(s): Samuel Dickstein;
Prosecuting Attorney(s): Thomas I. Sheridan;
Note(s): Indicted with Isidore Stahl.
Stenographer Number: 3038; Page(s): 190 p.

Court: Court of General Sessions

TRIAL #2725
Date: 1919/12/17; Reels(s): 334.
Defendant(s): Louis Kurtzweil, Sex: M;
Charge(s): Grand larceny (2nd degree); Receiving (1st degree);
Judge: John F. McIntyre;
Defense Attorney(s): Samuel Dickstein;
Prosecuting Attorney(s): Thomas I. Sheridan;
Stenographer Number: 3221; Page(s): 90 p.

Court: Court of General Sessions

TRIAL #2796
Date: 1920/4/5; Reels(s): 340.
Defendant(s): Joseph Levy, Sex: M;
Charge(s): Grand larceny (1st degree); Robbery (1st degree);
Judge: Otto A. Rosalsky;
Defense Attorney(s): Samuel Dickstein;
Prosecuting Attorney(s): Bohan;
Stenographer Number: 3325; Page(s): 421 p.

Court: Court of General Sessions

TRIAL #2896
Date: 1920/11/17; Reels(s): 350.
Defendant(s): Herman Milrod, Sex: M;
Charge(s): Forgery (3rd degree);
Judge: John F. McIntyre;
Defense Attorney(s): Samuel Dickstein; Samuel Markewich;
Prosecuting Attorney(s): Thomas J. Whalen;
Stenographer Number: 3420; Page(s): 340 p.

Court: Court of General Sessions

 

 

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