People v. Oresto Shilitano , 01 September 1915 (Case 2101)
The People of the State of New York v. Elias Zreik, 01 October 1906 (Case 599)
The People of the State of New York v. Francesco Sansone, 19 May 1910 (Case 1171)
The People of the State of New York v. Edward Osborne, 19 April 1911 (Case 1356)
Edward Osborne is indicted for first-degree murder. Sarah Spicer testifies that, on Sunday, November 13, 1910, around two o’clock in the morning, her husband, Louis Spicer, intervened to stop a fight among three men. She witnessed Osborne pull out a gun and shoot her husband in the chest; Louis Spicer later died at St. Vincent’s Hospital. Other witnesses, acquaintances of the deceased, corroborate this account. The defendant, testifying in his own defense, says that, after he had spoken that night to a woman sitting on her stoop on 3rd Street, a group of men had emerged from the Green Gates saloon shouting racial insults. One man had stabbed him with a knife; others had started hitting him with their fists. He had feared for his life and had discharged his revolver in self-defense. The jury rendered a verdict of not guilty.
The People of the State of New York v. Gregorio Giordano, 15 October 1913 (Case 1766)
The People of the State of New York v. Henry Moore, indicted with James Walsh, 21 October 1913 (Case 1769)
The People v. Oresto Shilitano alias Harry Shield, 24 February 1914 (Case 1844)
The People v. Pietro Dangelo, 03 March 1914 (Case 1846)
The People v. Henry Goldberg impleaded with Izzy Presser, 05 August 1915 (Case 2095)
Henry (Dutch) Goldberg is indicted on a charge of murder in the first degree for the killing of Morris (Moiche) Rubenstein on March 11, 1915. The prosecution alleges that the murder was a consequence of a quarrel among gangsters on the Lower East Side. Lena Blank and Rosa Kuttler both testify that they witnessed the shooting death of Rubenstein in Allen Street around ten o’clock in the evening on March 11. Blank identifies Goldberg and Presser as the killers; Kutler identifies Presser as one of the gunmen. There is no record of a verdict.
The People of the State of New York v. Michael Savas, 10 January 1916 (Case 2144)