Manslaughter

The People of the State of New York v. Thomas Kelly, impleaded with John W. Dewald and John A. Hayne, 12 May 1910 (Case 1162)
The People of the State of New York v. Ludwig Brall, 06 January 1916 (Case 2139)
The People of the State of New York v. William J. Jackson , 22 June 1920 (Case 2844)
The People of the State of New York v. Giovanni Maula, 03 January 1922 (Case 3078)
The People of the State of New York v. Martin Burke, 05 January 1922 (Case 3079)
The People v. Cornelius J. Jackson, 13 February 1907 (Case 627)
The People v. James Purcell, 22 January 1894 (Case 42)
James Purcell is indicted for second-degree manslaughter. Purcell is accused of killing Michael O’Brien during a fight in Mulry’s saloon, at the corner of 12th Street and Washington Street, on 20 June 1893. Witnesses testify that Purcell kicked O’Brien as he lay on the floor. The coroner’s physician, Frank J. O’Hare, testifies that O’Brien’s neck was broken and that the cause of death was shock from hemorrhage. Purcell testifies in his own defense that he did not kick O’Brien. There is no record of a verdict.
The People v. Otto Lefevre, 23 October 1906 (Case 604)
The People v. Mary Graham and Mary Hartman, 29 October 1906 (Case 606)