Forgery

The People of the State of New York v. Ralph A. Stewart, 01 November 1893 (Case 41A)
The police arrested Ralph Stewart, 35, a copywriter, for presenting a forged check for the purchase of clothing. August Siebert, a physician at St. Francis Hospital, testifies that Stewart had developed chronic brain disease, most probably paresis, over a period of several months. George Lane, a physician, testifies that Stewart had complained of hearing voices in his head and that he was delusional. Other witnesses describe Stewart’s eccentric behavior and his wife, Florence, testifies that her husband had attempted suicide. The transcript is incomplete and there is no record of a jury verdict.
The People of the State of New York v. Max Blaustein, 06 May 1910 (Case 1160)
The People of the State of New York v. Max Mane, 13 January 1910 (Case 1081)
The People of the State of New York v. Myrtle Bradshaw, 07 January 1918 (Case 2390)
Edward Gabler, a minister at the Church of St. George, testifies that the defendant, Myrtle Bradshaw, had appeared at the parish house in August 1917 claiming that she had been baptized in the church as a young girl. She had stated that someone had stolen her pocketbook and she had asked Gabler for a loan until her husband should return from a trip to Pittsburgh. Gabler had provided her with cash and a check totaling forty dollars. Bradshaw, a resident at the Hotel Glendinning on 103rd Street, had, according to the testimony of hotel employees, submitted checks that were subsequently refused. Thomas Goss, a detective with the Municipal Police Force, testifies that he had arrested Bradshaw in October 1917 for forging the signature of Edward Gabler on checks of the New York County National Bank. There is no record of a jury verdict.
The People of the State of New York v. Warren Sniffen, Michael Kennedy, and Michael Le Roy, 16 December 1921 (Case 3069)
The People of the State of New York v. John F. Dorthy, 18 February 1907 (Case 629)