Attorney(s) appearing for the Case
Reuben Shiling, with whom was Joseph Rosenthal, on the brief, for appellant.
Kenneth C. Proctor, Assistant Attorney General, with whom were Hall Hammond, Attorney General, Anselm Sodaro, State's Attorney for Baltimore City, and Charles E. Orth, Jr., Assistant State's Attorney, on the brief, for appellee.
The cause was argued before MARBURY, C.J., and DELAPLAINE, COLLINS, HENDERSON and MARKELL, JJ.
Court of Appeals of Maryland.
COLLINS, J., delivered the opinion of the Court.
This is an appeal from a conviction on an indictment charging the appellant with violating the gambling laws. The case was tried by the trial judge without a jury.
On April 11, 1951, Officer Hagen and Sergeant Cohen of the Baltimore Police Department, after complaint, went to a dwelling house at 2537 E. Oliver Street, Baltimore. Sergeant Cohen waited across the street. Officer Hagen, with a book under his arm...
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