People v. Samsel

CourtNew York City Court
Writing for the CourtCHARLES F. GRANEY
Citation59 Misc.2d 833,300 N.Y.S.2d 777
PartiesPEOPLE of the State of New York, Plaintiff v. Richard D. SAMSEL, Defendant.
Decision Date21 February 1969

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300 N.Y.S.2d 777
59 Misc.2d 833
PEOPLE of the State of New York, Plaintiff
v.
Richard D. SAMSEL, Defendant.
City Court of Batavia.
Feb. 21, 1969.

Noonan, Hughes & Mahoney, Batavia, for defendant; Donald T. Mahoney, Batavia, of counsel.

Lawrence T. Casey, Batavia, Police Attorney for the People.

MEMORANDUM DECISION

CHARLES F. GRANEY, Judge.

On October 31, 1968, Officer J.J., Gravante, a Patrolman on the Batavia City Police Force, issued a Summons to the defendant herein, charging him with a violation[59 Misc.2d 834] of Section 600 of the Vehicle and Traffic Law occurring at 7:10 P.M. in the City of Batavia. The charge is specified

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as 'Leaving the Scene of an Accident'. The violation charged is a misdemeanor. On November 7, 1968, the defendant plead not guilty to the charge and requested a bill of particulars. On November 12, 1968, a bill of particulars, sworn to by Officer Gravante, was submitted and is set out below.
Bill of Particulars, Motor 256 M V Williamson Law Book Co.,
                 Vehicle Rochester 9, N.Y.
                -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                STATE OF NEW
                COURT OF SPECIAL SESSIONS
                 (TOWN-
                 OF BATAVIA........... > ss.
                 CITY
                COUNTY OF GENESEE..............
                J.J. Gravante, Patrolman,.......................... being duly sworn,
                (Name and Informant, and Title if Officer of Law)
                deposes and says: that Richard D. Samsel, at about 7:10 o'clock in the
                 .................
                 (Name of Defendant)
                P.M. of the 31st day of October, 1968, did commit a (traffic infraction -
                misdemeanor - crime) in violation of Article 22, Section 600, Subdivision ...
                of the Vehicle and Traffic Law of the State of New York, in that (he)
                did ride, drive, propel and operate a motor vehicle, to wit:
                a 1965 Ford Convertible, bearing Registration No...4254-GS.....................
                ........................
                (Year and Make of Vehicle)
                State of ...New York.........., upon................Buell Street...............
                 (Street-Road-Route No.)
                a public highway in the (City) of Batavia, County of Genesee, State of New
                York, as follows: Defendant driving north on Buell street, stopping said
                 .............................................................
                vehicle in front of 19 Buell street where an argument ensued between
                ...............................................................................
                defendant and MRS. MARY FASANO & GERALD FASNO. MRS. FASANO having her
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2 practice notes
  • People v. Siebenrock
    • United States
    • New York Court of Special Sessions
    • 14 Diciembre 1970
    ...316, 194 N.E.2d 132). Therefore the Bill of Particulars need not meet all the formal requirements of an Information, People v. Samsel, 59 Misc.2d 833, 300 N.Y.S.2d 777; Simplified Traffic Information may be upon Information on belief, without so stating, People v. Boback, 23 N.Y.2d 189, 295......
  • Huttner v. State, No. 50519
    • United States
    • New York Court of Claims
    • 22 Mayo 1969
    ...us that when a party can specify with reasonable particularity documents he wishes to inspect, copy, test, or photograph, said party may [59 Misc.2d 833] combine in one motion a demand for examination before trial and limited discovery and inspection. We point to Rios v. Donovan, Supra, 21 ......
2 cases
  • People v. Siebenrock
    • United States
    • New York Court of Special Sessions
    • 14 Diciembre 1970
    ...316, 194 N.E.2d 132). Therefore the Bill of Particulars need not meet all the formal requirements of an Information, People v. Samsel, 59 Misc.2d 833, 300 N.Y.S.2d 777; Simplified Traffic Information may be upon Information on belief, without so stating, People v. Boback, 23 N.Y.2d 189, 295......
  • Huttner v. State, No. 50519
    • United States
    • New York Court of Claims
    • 22 Mayo 1969
    ...us that when a party can specify with reasonable particularity documents he wishes to inspect, copy, test, or photograph, said party may [59 Misc.2d 833] combine in one motion a demand for examination before trial and limited discovery and inspection. We point to Rios v. Donovan, Supra, 21 ......

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