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Man Creating Scene in Courtroom 16 1748-1754 Unknown case 1749
Untitled 1980 to 1982 Prosecutor Thomas Puccio 16 1748-1754 Abscam, Attorney 1750
Michael Roditch 1980 to 1982 George Koelzer questions a witness during Abscam trial. 16 1748-1754 Abscam 1751
Punque 1980 to 1982 A witness testifies during the Abscam trial. 16 1748-1754 Abscam 1752
Prof. Harold Petrovitch 1980 to 1982 Michael Tigar questions a witness during the Abscam trial. 16 1748-1754 Abscam 1753
Untitled 16 1748-1754 Unknown case 1754
Untitled 1980 Dec 9th Sketch of John Lennon being shot by Mark David Chapman. 16 1755-1762 Chapman, Mark David, Lennon, John, Ono, Yoko, Assassination 1755
Untitled 1980 Dec 9th John Lennon walking with Yoko Ono on the night of his assassination 16 1755-1762 Chapman, Mark David, Lennon, John, Ono, Yoko 1756
Untitled 1980 Dec 9th Sketch of John Lennon being shot by Mark David Chapman. 16 1755-1762 Chapman, Mark David, Lennon, John, Assassination 1757
Untitled 1980 Dec 9th Mark David Chapman surrendering to police after shooting John Lennon. 16 1755-1762 Mark David, Assassination 1758
Att. Gen. Griffin Bell Portrait of Griffin B. Bell, who served as U.S. Attorney General under President Carter. 16 1755-1762 Bell, Griffin, Unknown case, Attorney 1759
Untitled 16 1755-1762 Unknown case 1760
Mary Carol - Tab Operator 16 1755-1762 Unknown case 1761
Jury 16 1755-1762 Jury, Unknown case 1762
Frankel 1976 Bernard Bergman appears in court before Judge Marvin E. Frankel 16 1763-1770 Bernard Bergman Trial, Fraud, Judge, Bergman, Bernard 1763
Jury 16 1763-1770 Jury, Unknown case 1764
Untitled 1976 Bernard Bergman appears in court 16 1763-1770 Bernard Bergman Trial, Fraud, Bergman, Bernard 1765
Untitled 1978 Cleveland Davis appears in court with his pregnant wife, Elizabeth Gaynes, who also served as his attorney. 16 1763-1770 Cleveland Davis Trial, Attorney, Davis, Cleveland 1766
Untitled 1976 Bernard Bergman covers his face with his hands during courtroom proceedings. Judge Frankel presides. 16 1763-1770 Bernard Bergman Trial, Fraud, Judge, Bergman, Bernard 1767
Nadjari Portrait of special prosecutor Maurice H. Nadjari, who fought against political corruption 16 1763-1770 Maurice Nadjari 1768
Nadjari Portrait of special prosecutor Maurice H. Nadjari, who fought against political corruption 16 1763-1770 Maurice Nadjari 1769
Magistrate Hyman Chrim 16 1763-1770 Unknown case, Judge 1770
Eduardo Cobar in Handcuffs 1978 to 1979 Eduardo Cobar was charged with manslaughter and hit-and-run in a 1978 incident that left six people dead. 16 1771-1778 Cobar, Eduardo, Manslaughter, Hit and Run 1771
Untitled 16 1771-1778 Unknown case, Purse Snatching 1772
Untitled 16 1771-1778 Unknown case 1773
Untitled 16 1771-1778 Unknown case 1774
Untitled 16 1771-1778 Unknown case 1775
Martin Bracken Assistant District Attorney Martin L. Bracken 16 1771-1778 Unknown case, Attorney 1776
Hyive 16 1771-1778 Unknown case 1777
Untitled 1979 Gaetano Alessandro, Guillermo Jesus Caceres, Salvatore LaCognato, and Angel Humberto Cedano were put on trial for kidnapping Joan Dedrick. 16 1771-1778 Kidnapping, Joan Dedrick Kidnapping 1778
Dr. Reich, Mr. Herman Glazer Attorney Herman Glazer questions Dr. Reich in court 16 1779-1786 Unknown case, Attorney 1779
Untitled Close-up of witness being sworn in 16 1779-1786 Unknown case 1780
Untitled 16 1779-1786 Unknown case 1781
Untitled 16 1779-1786 Unknown case 1782
Judge Alvin Schlesinger; '77 1977 Portrait of Judge Alvin Schlesinger 16 1779-1786 Unknown case, Judge 1783
Untitled 16 1779-1786 Unknown case 1784
Untitled 16 1779-1786 Unknown case 1785
Untitled 16 1779-1786 Unknown case 1786
Rigdon, Swinton Trial 1975 16 1787-1794 Patricia Swinton, Radicals 1787
Emory Pal - Clerk 16 1787-1794 Unknown case 1788
James Reif - Attorney, Transit Works 1978 Attorney James Reif, representing the Committee of Concerned Transit Workers, appears in court following a 1978 strike by transit workers. 16 1787-1794 Transit Strike 1978, Labor Law, Attorney 1789
Linda Davidoff - Suburban Action Institute Linda Davidoff, co-founder of the Suburban Action Institute 16 1787-1794 Unknown case 1790
Russell Sage, Regional Plan. Assoc., Trenton, N.J., New Haven, Conn, Wm. B. Shore - 27 [illegible] N.Y. - V.P. Public Affairs, 1st Organ Plan in World, 1929 16 1787-1794 Unknown case 1791
Lawrence Reich Att. State Comm. Attorney Lawrence Reich 16 1787-1794 Unknown case, Attorney 1792
McGowan 1974 Close-up of defendant Joseph K. McGowan, a former teacher convicted for the murder of a 7-year-old child, appears with his defense attorney, Donald Conway. 16 1787-1794 Joseph McGowan Trial, Murder, Attorney, McGowan, Joseph 1793
Untitled 16 1787-1794 Unknown case 1794
Untitled 16 1795-1802 Unknown case 1795
Untitled 16 1795-1802 Unknown case 1796
Untitled 16 1795-1802 Unknown case 1797
Three Youthful Offenders Stabbed Graduate Student to Death on Subway; 1975 1975 Graduate student Paul D. Walker was stabbed to death after being robbed by three young assailants, including Luis Freire and Joseph Ebanks. Freire plead guilty to the stabbing and was convicted. 16 1795-1802 Juvenile Crime, Murder, Subway Stabbing of Graduate Student 1798
Untitled 16 1795-1802 Unknown case 1799
Eduardo Cobar 1978 to 1979 Eduardo Cobar was charged with manslaughter and hit-and-run in a 1978 incident that left six people dead. 16 1795-1802 Cobar, Eduardo, Manslaughter, Hit and Run 1800
Lesbians Trial, 4/26/78 1978 Apr 26th Scene from trial of Carol Taylor and Elizabeth Taylor, a lesbian couple who were charged with the murder of Carol Taylor's husband, Herbert Taylor. 16 1795-1802 Taylor, Carol, Murder 1801
Untitled An elderly woman has her purse stolen by a young man. 16 1795-1802 Unknown case, Purse Snatching 1802
1983, WNBC-TV 1983 16 1803-1811 Unknown case 1803
Jos. Venty Roach; 1976 1976 Joseph Roach, helmsman of the Argo Merchant, testifies during federal court hearings following the Argo Merchant oil tanker spill. 16 1803-1811 Argo Merchant, Environmental Disaster 1804
Hon. Ron Levine; 1983 1983 16 1803-1811 Unknown case 1805
Untitled 16 1803-1811 Unknown case 1806
Chesimard 1974 Trial of JoAnne Chesimard for the murder of a New Jersey state trooper 16 1803-1811 Assata Shakur Trial, Radicals 1807
Al Shanker, Shanker Hearing; 1975 1975 Trial of Albert Shanker, president of the United Federation of Teachers union, following a school strike in violation of state law. 16 1803-1811 Shanker, Albert, Labor Law 1808
Hon. Thomas Ryan Judge Thomas Ryan 16 1803-1811 Unknown case, Judge 1809
Untitled 1981 Police officer shoots out the back window of a car driven by Thomas W. Manning, who had just shot Officer Phillip Lamonaco to death. Manning was later apprehended and convicted of the crime. 16 1803-1811 Thomas Manning, Radicals, Police Officer 1810
David Bullock 1982 Serial killer David Bullock, who plead guilty to six murders and stated that killing "makes me happy." Judge Burton Roberts presided over the trial. 16 1803-1811 Bullock, David, Serial Killer, Murder, Judge 1811
Untitled 1976 Prosecutor Peter R. Schlam cross-examines defendant Julienne Buši? during 1976 trial of Croatian hijackers of TWA 355. 17 1812-1821 Croatian Hijackers, Attorney 1812
Untitled 17 1812-1821 Unknown case 1813
Untitled 1976 Prosecutor Peter R. Schlam questions a witness during the 1976 trial of Croatian hijackers of TWA 355 17 1812-1821 Croatian Hijackers, Attorney 1814
Untitled 1976 Defendant Zvonko Buši? observes as prosecutor Peter R. Schlam addresses the jury. 17 1812-1821 Croatian Hijackers, Attorney 1815
Gino Bova 1983 Gino Bova, charged with the murder of an African American transit worker, appears in court. 17 1812-1821 Bova, Gino, Murder, Trial for the Murder of Turks 1816
Judge Silverman, Bronx Judge Harold Silverman 17 1812-1821 Unknown case, Judge 1817
Boleslavs Maikovskis, Ivars Berzins, Wolfgang Scheffler, (Richard Sullivan), Judge Francis Lyons 1977 Bo?eslavs Maikovskis, Nazi war criminal, appears in court with attorney Ivars Berzins during extradition hearings. Dr. Wolfgang Scheffler testifies while Judge Francis Lyons presides. 17 1812-1821 Boleslavs Maikovskis Trial, Holocaust, Nazi War Criminal, Attorney, Judge, Maikovskis, Boleslavs 1818
Untitled 17 1812-1821 Unknown case 1819
Buddy Jacobson 1978 to 1980 Portrait of Howard "Buddy" Jacobson, horse trainer convicted for murder 17 1812-1821 Jacobson, Buddy, Murder 1820
Untitled 17 1812-1821 Unknown case 1821
Mr. Leon Schecter - Writer & People in Court 17 1822-1831 Unknown case 1822
Untitled 1976 Portrait of jury and attorney Michael Tigar during the 1976 trial of the Croatian hijackers of TWA 355 17 1822-1831 Croatian Hijackers, Attorney 1823
Untitled 1976 Zvonko and Julienne Buši?, defendants in the 1976 Croatian hijacker trial 17 1822-1831 Croatian Hijackers 1824
Untitled 17 1822-1831 Unknown case 1825
Shea Trial, N.Y., Dt. Frank Giugliano; 1974 1974 Ballistics specialist Det. Frank Giugliano testifies during trial of Officer Thomas Shea 17 1822-1831 Officer Thomas Shea Trial, Police Brutality, Civil Rights 1826
Untitled Crowd rushing toward exit door 17 1822-1831 Unknown case 1827
Att. James La Rossa, Anthony Scotto, Judge Stewart, Robert Riske 1979 to 1980 Anthony Scotto appears in court with his attorney, James M. La Rossa. Judge Charles E. Stewart Jr. and prosecutor Robert B. Fiske Jr. are also pictured. 17 1822-1831 Scotto, Anthony, Organized Crime, Attorney, Judge 1828
Judge Raymond Harrington 1982 Judge Raymond Harrington presides over trial of Michael Williams, Robert Martin, Robert Samuels, Robert Williams and Bruce Garrison, who were charged with a crime spree at a private party and a diner. They were convicted of rape, assault, and attempted murder in one of the most notorious crimes in Nassau County history. 17 1822-1831 Nassau County, Crime Spree, Judge, Rape, Murder, Assult 1829
Giles, Ramos, Pros. Robert Warren 1980 Defendant Nathan Giles Jr., a witness, and prosecutor Robert P. Warren 17 1822-1831 Nathan Giles, Jr., Murder 1830
"Trial"; NBC-TV, 1973 1973 Courtroom spectators 17 1822-1831 Unknown case 1831
D.A., Mrs. Gray, Att. For Mrs. Gray 1980 Gladys Gray, wife of Junius Gray, appears in court 17 1832-1841 Bedford Hills Murders 1832
Untitled 17 1832-1841 Unknown case 1833
Judge George Pratt Judge George C. Pratt 17 1832-1841 Unknown case, Judge 1834
Untitled 17 1832-1841 Unknown case 1835
Roberts, Ferguson, Mendoza, McNulty 1983 17-year-old Ivan Mendoza, charged with murder, appears with prosecutor Dan McNulty and Justice Burton Roberts . 17 1832-1841 Trial of Ivan Mendoza, Juvenile Crime, Murder, Attorney, Judge, Mendoza, Ivan 1836
Thompson, Silvestri, Murphy 1980 Abscam trial of Rep. Frank Thompson, businessman Joseph R. Silvestri, and Rep. John M. Murphy. Defense attorney Michael Tigar and prosecutor Thomas Puccio also appear in sketch. 17 1832-1841 Abscam, Attorney 1837
Untitled 1980 to 1982 Rep. John M. Murphy during Abscam trials. Also depicted is Thomas Puccio and the jury. 17 1832-1841 Abscam, Jury 1838
1978, WNBC-TV 1978 17 1832-1841 Unknown case 1839
Untitled 1982 Judge presides over trial of Michael Williams, Robert Martin, Robert Samuels, Robert Williams and Bruce Garrison, who were charged with a crime spree at a private party and a diner. They were convicted of rape, assault, and attempted murder in one of the most notorious crimes in Nassau County history. 17 1832-1841 Nassau County, Crime Spree, Raymond Harrington, Judge, Rape, Murder, Assault 1840
Nieves, Marcucci, McNew 1978 Pedro Nieves was convicted of the murder of Abraham Goldman, a 16-year old Hasidic Jew from Crown Heights. 17 1832-1841 Pedro Nieves, Murder 1841
Michelle Jacobs, Brian 17 1842-1855 Unknown case 1842
Pros. Keenan & Jury (Makes Statement) 1972 Sketch of prosecutor John F. Keenan making statement to jury during 1972 "Rogue Cop" trial of William Phillips 17 1842-1855 William Phillips, Rogue Cop Case, Murder, Attorney 1843
Judge Lester Evans Judge Lester Evans 17 1842-1855 Unknown case, Judge 1844
William Phillips 1974 William Phillips embracing his wife, Camille. 17 1842-1855 William Phillips, Rogue Cop Case, Murder 1845
William Phillips 1974 Former police officer William Phillips was convicted of murder after a retrial in 1974 17 1842-1855 William Phillips, Rogue Cop Case, Murder, Police Officer 1846
Tony Pro, Thomas Andretta, Stephen Andretta, Gabriel Briguglio 1978 to 1979 Mobsters Tony Provenzano, Thomas Andretta, Stephen Andretta, and Gabriel Briguglio were convicted of extortion in 1979. 17 1842-1855 Provenzano, Organized Crime 1847
Untitled 17 1842-1855 Unknown case 1848
Judge Chas. M. Metzner Judge Charles M. Metzner 17 1842-1855 Unknown case, Judge 1849
Sgt. Smith 17 1842-1855 Unknown case 1850
Untitled 17 1842-1855 Unknown case 1851
Judge Muir Judge Malcolm Muir 17 1842-1855 Unknown case, Judge 1852
Untitled 17 1842-1855 Unknown case 1853
U.S. Att. Bruce Baird, Joseph Biasiucci - Teamster Official, U.S. Magistrate Naomi Buchwald 1985 Joseph M. Biasucci, who was convicted on racketeering charges, appears with prosecutor Bruce A. Baird and Magistrate Naomi Buchwald. 17 1842-1855 Biasiucci, Joseph, Organized Crime, Attorney, Judge 1854
Untitled 17 1842-1855 Unknown case 1855
Judge Carol Berman, Andrew Mceroy, Richard Bell & Vincenzo Caravello (Att. Patrick Wall); 1983 WNBC-TV; Arraignment Richard Bell (Mob), N.Y. Crim. Ct. 1983 17 1856-1866 Unknown case, Judge 1856
Untitled 1981 Defendant Ronald Crumpley, charged with murder, testifies in court. 17 1856-1866 Ronald Crumpley, Murder 1857
Judge Gerald Sheindlin 17 1856-1866 Unknown case, Judge 1858
Mr. Gonzales Testifies After a Glaring Look at Phillips 1972 Charles Gonzales, who was allegedly shot by Officer William Phillips, testifies in court. 17 1856-1866 William Phillips, Rogue Cop Case, Murder 1859
Dorothy Miner 17 1856-1866 Unknown case 1860
Nickles; Three Reasons, 1977 - Mr. Nickles 1977 Peter Nickles, an attorney for British Airways, addresses Judge Milton Pollack. In this case, British Airways sought the assistence of the courts to life a 19-month ban on the Concorde airliner at New York airports. 17 1856-1866 Concorde Airliner Ban 1977, Attorney, Judge 1861
Untitled 17 1856-1866 Unknown case 1862
Abscam 17 1856-1866 Abscam 1863
2 Defendants 17 1856-1866 Unknown case 1864
Untitled 17 1856-1866 Unknown case 1865
Tyrone Clark 17 1856-1866 Unknown case 1866
Att. Florence Kennedy, Chesimard Trial; 1973 1973 Florynce Kennedy, defense attorney for JoAnne Chesimard 17 1867-1877 Radicals, Attorney, Assata Shakur Trial 1867
Judge Harold Rothwax; '77 1977 Judge Harold Rothwax 17 1867-1877 Unknown case, Judge 1868
Eduardo Cobar, Judge John DeLury, Jr. 1978 Eduardo Cobar was charged with manslaughter and hit-and-run in a 1978 incident that left six people dead. 17 1867-1877 Cobar, Eduardo, Manslaughter, Hit and Run, Judge 1869
Untitled 17 1867-1877 Unknown case 1870
Tylenol Suspect James Lewis; 1983 - WNBC-TV 1983 James W. Lewis was convicted of extortion during the Chicago Tylenol murders, which were never solved. Magistrate Leonard Bernikow presides. 17 1867-1877 Lewis, James, Tylenol Murders, Judge 1871
Judge Leonard P. Rienzi, Tyrone Clark 17 1867-1877 Unknown case, Judge 1872
Untitled 17 1867-1877 Unknown case 1873
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Judge Vincent Vitale Judge Vincent A. Vitale 17 1867-1877 Unknown case, Judge 1876
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Untitled 17 1878-1888 Unknown case 1878
Alexander Feinberg 1980 to 1982 Alexander Feinberg during Abscam trial 17 1878-1888 Abscam 1879
Laboron Verren 17 1878-1888 Unknown case 1880
Judge Stanley Ostrow, Zizza Judge Stanley Ostrow 17 1878-1888 Unknown case, Judge 1881
Laura Hoguet - Att. River House 1980 Attorney Laura B. Hoguet appears in the city's Commision on Human Rights investigiation of Gloria Vanderbilt, who was allegedly denied the purchase of a cooperative apartment due to her friendship with a black man. Hoguet represented the defendant, the River House apartment. 17 1878-1888 Vanderbilt, Civil Rights, Attorney 1882
Untitled 17 1878-1888 Unknown case 1883
Justice Myriam Altman 1983 to 1984 Justice Myriam J. Altman presides over trial of Nathaniel Sweeper, who was charged with murder in connection to gang activities. During Sweeper's trial, a witness who was supposed to testify was murdered. 17 1878-1888 Sweeper, Nathaniel, Gangs, Murder, Judge 1884
Robert Golliver 1983 to 1984 Robert Golliver, who was convicted of murder, appears before Judge Harold Gertig 17 1878-1888 Robert Golliver, Murder, Judge 1885
Judge Jerome Reinstein, George Acosta, Robert Saltzman, ADA Phillip Schnelwar 1984 George Acosta, accused of killing a policeman, appears with defense attorney Robert Saltzman. Judge Jerome L. Reinstein and prosecutor Philip Schnelwar also appear in sketch. 17 1878-1888 Acosta, George, Murder, Attorney, Judge 1886
Hon. William W. Seiffert Judge William W. Seiffert 17 1878-1888 Unknown case, Judge 1887
A.D.A. Bil Flack, At. Wesley Serra, Judge Anita Floria Judge Anita R. Florio, prosecutor William B. Flack, and attorney Wesley Serra appear in court 17 1878-1888 Unknown case, Attorney, Judge 1888
D.A. Thomas Thacher, Def. Helen Sadow, Defendant Chas. Wright, Justice Morris Schwalb 1979 Trial of Charles Wright, who plead guilty to attempted murder. From left to right: prosecutor Thomas Thacher, defense attorney Helen Sadow, Charles Wright, and Justice Morris Schwalb. 17 1889-1899 Wright, Charles, Attorney, Judge 1889
Untitled 17 1889-1899 Unknown case 1890
Jury, Dr. Harris, Judge Arnold, Ray Brown, Pros. Sybil Moses, Dr. Jascalevich; 79 1978 Dr. Stanley Harris testifies at trial of Dr. Jascalevich 17 1889-1899 Dr. X (Mario Jascalevich), Judge 1891
Morales 1979 Justice Kenneth N. Browne and William Guillermo Morales, a suspected member of FALN who was convicted on charges from an explosion in a Queens apartment. Morales, who lost both hands and part of his face during the explosion, displays his injuries. 17 1889-1899 William Morales, Armed Forces of National Liberation (FALN), Radicals, Terrorism, Judge 1892
"Savage" Nomad Sketch of an alleged member of the Savage Nomads, a street gang. 17 1889-1899 Gangs 1893
Judge Michael Corriero 17 1889-1899 Unknown case, Judge 1894
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DA Jeffrey Samel, Wm. Kunstler, James York, Judge Thomas Agresta 1982 Justice Thomas S. Agresta presides over trial of James D. York and Anthony LaBorde for the murder of Officer Scarangella. York and LaBorde were represented by William Kunstler. Prosecutor Jeffrey Samel also appears. LaBorde wears a bandage on his head. 17 1889-1899 LaBorde/York Trial, Radicals, Attorney, Judge 1897
Justice Saypol, Shanker Trial 1975 Justice Saypol presides over trial of Albert Shanker 17 1889-1899 Shanker, Albert, Labor Law, Judge 1898
Shanker Trial, Shanker 1975 Trial of Albert Shanker, president of the United Federation of Teachers union, following a school strike in violation of state law. 17 1889-1899 Shanker, Albert, Labor Law 1899
Gil Stroude, Dir. Off. Equal Opp. Area of N.Y. Jud. 17 1900-1910 Unknown case 1900
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Untitled 1976 to 1978 Dr. X (Mario Jascalevich) trial: prosecutor Sybil Moses, defense attorney Raymond A. Brown, Dr. Mario Jascalevich 17 1900-1910 Dr. X (Mario Jascalevich), Attorney 1903
Jury - Tony Pro 1978 to 1979 Jury during the trial of Anthony Provenzano 17 1900-1910 Provenzano, Organized Crime 1904
Schwartz, Jury, WNBC-TV, 1980 1980 17 1900-1910 Unknown case 1905
Lawrence Green, Ann Green, Justice Robert Haft 1986 Justice Robert M. Haft presides over the trial of Ann Green, a nurse charged with the murder of two of her babies. 17 1900-1910 Green, Ann, Murder, Judge 1906
A.D.A. Peter Grisham, Richard Gottleib, Judge Wm. H. Cohen 17 1900-1910 Unknown case, Judge 1907
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Anthony [illegible] 18 1911-1922 Unknown case 1911
James Lippke James Lippke, board member and founder of Housing Help, an organization that provides housing assistence to low-income families 18 1911-1922 Unknown case 1912
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Untitled 1981 18 1911-1922 Unknown case 1916
Mrs. Tal 1978 Shlomo Tal and Pinhas Balabin were convicted of murdering diamond jeweler Pinchos Jaraslawicz in 1977 18 1911-1922 Pinchos Jaraslawicz, Murder 1917
Peter Donohue 1979 Peter J. Donohue was convicted of killing a police officer during a bank robbert in 1979. He drowned when attempting to escape Rikers Island prison in 1980. 18 1911-1922 Peter Donohue, Rikers Island Prison Escape 1918
Paula Ramsay; News 4 -WNBC-TV 1978 1978 18 1911-1922 Unknown case 1919
Trial of Harrison Williams Jr., Brooklyn, N.Y. Federal Court; 1981, WNBC-TV, NBC-TV 1981 Appearing in sketch of Abscam trial: Thomas Puccio, Sen. Harrison Williams, Harry C. Batchelder, and George Pratt. 18 1911-1922 Abscam, Corruption 1920
Untitled 18 1911-1922 Unknown case 1921
Judge Francis L. Lyons 1977 to 1978 Judge Francis Lyons presiding over the extradition trial of Nazi Boleslavs Maikovskis, 18 1911-1922 Holocaust, Nazi War Criminal, Judge 1922
Untitled 18 1923-1931 Unknown case 1923
Joanne Siegmund, Zenek Podolsky, Morris Lender 1984 Zenek Podolsky, a landlord, was accused of hiring a gang led by Morris Lender to force low and middle income tenants out of rent-controlled apartments. Lender used tactics including burglary, extortion, and coercion to force tenants out in order to help landlords achieve higher rents or to sell apartments as condiminiums or cooperatives. Prosecutor Joanne Siegmund and Justice Harold J. Rothwax also appear in sketch. 18 1923-1931 Landlord Harassment, Attorney, Judge 1924
Untitled 18 1923-1931 Unknown case 1925
Barbara Austin 1983 Mary Barbara Austin, a secretary, was convicted of manslaughter after shooting her employer to death. 18 1923-1931 Austin, Mary Barbara, Murder 1926
Sudler, Cohn, Carmine Galante 1977 to 1978 Attorney Roy M. Cohn presents arguments during trial of mob boss Carmine Galante, who was acquitted of violating the terms of his parole in 1978. Galante was assassinated in 1979. Prosecutor Peter D. Sudler also appears in sketch. 18 1923-1931 Carmine Galante Trial, Roy Cohn, Organized Crime, Attorney, Galante, Carmine 1927
Untitled 18 1923-1931 Unknown case 1928
Guy Calissi 1976 Judge Guy W. Calissi, a former prosecutor, testifies during the trial of Dr. Mario Jascalevich. 18 1923-1931 Dr. X (Mario Jascalevich), Attorney, Judge 1929
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Phillips, Happy (?) 1974 Close-up of defendant William Phillips during 1974 retrial. 18 1923-1931 William Phillips, Murder 1931
Mrs. Camille Phillips; '72 1972 Camille Phillips, wife of defendant William Phillips during 1972 trial. 18 1932-1938 William Phillips, Murder 1932
Buddy Jacobson, DeRosa 1980 Buddy Jacobson appears with his attorney, Anthony DeRosa. DeRosa was later charged with helping Jacobson escape from prison. 18 1932-1938 Jacobson, Buddy, Murder, Attorney 1933
Bedford Hills Trial 1980 Murder trial of Junius Gray and Junius Gray and Jimmie Lee Allen. 18 1932-1938 Bedford Hills Murders 1934
Dr. Arsenio Favor; '77 1977 Portrait of Dr. Arsenio Favor, who was charged with murdering his wife via lethal injection. He was acquitted in 1979. 18 1932-1938 Favor, Arsenio, Murder 1935
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Sindona, Judge Griesa 1980 Financier Michele Sindona was convicted of bank fraud. Judge Thomas Griesa presided over the trial. 18 1932-1938 Michele Sindona, Fraud, Judge 1938
Untitled 1980 Craig Crimmins appears before a judge. 18 1939-1947 Craig Crimmins Trial, Met Murder, Judge 1939
Craig Crimmins, Judge Jeffrey Atlas; 1980, News 4 - WNBC-TV 1980 Craig Crimmins appears before Judge Jeffrey Atlas. 18 1939-1947 Craig Crimmins Trial, Met Murder, Judge 1940
Two Men Murdered & Sat on Box with Body In It; Hyman, Tal, Balabin, Brodsky 1978 Scene from the murder trial of Shlomo Tal and Pinhas Balabin. From left to right: defendant Shlomo Tal, his attorney Steven Hyman, defendant Pinhas Balabin, and his attorney Abraham Brodsky. Tal and Balabin were convicted of murdering jeweler Pinchos Jaroslawicz. After murdering Jaroslawicz, the two defendants put his body in a box and sat on it. 18 1939-1947 Pinchos Jaraslawicz, Murder, Attorney 1941
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Justice Sybil Hart Cooper, Larry Gardner, Security Guards 1984 Portrait of Larry Gardner, who was convicted of kidnapping after holding six people hostage at a hospital. Justice Sybil Hart Cooper and a security guard also appear in sketch. 18 1948-1956 Gardner, Larry, Kidnapping, Judge 1948

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