2020, t. 3, nr 1 (5), poz. 15
2020, Vol. 3, No. 1 (5), item. 15
The article describes the criminal court proceedings in the case of the murder of P.S. by her husband Joel Ticker in Lwów (now: Lviv) in December 1931. The accused appeared before the jury presided over by the district judge Jagodziński on 1-2 June 1932. His defender was an attorney Dr. Lejb Landau. Accused prosecutor was Dr. Stefan Minasowicz. Newspapers throughout the country described the course of this criminal procedure, ended in acquittal, setting a very sensational tone for the whole case.
Keywords: Polish Bar in the 20th Century, Advocate Dr. Lejb Landau, Prosecutor Dr. Stefan Minasowicz, Polish pre-war criminal law, Polish pre-war criminal trial, defense speech, Polish press before WWII, reports from Polish pre-war courts.
This article is published in Polish