Law: Joyriding Jury

One week end in Chicago last January the jury hearing the second embezzlement trial of ousted Superior Court Clerk Frank V. Zintak spent most of its time on a tour of saloons in the neighborhood as well as some that were far enough away from the Criminal Courts Building to require a bus ride to reach them. Keeper of the twelve men was Former Deputy Sheriff Daniel Miller, who went along.

Activities included many a beer, dancing, attempted petty larceny of a radio and a bar stool.

When arguments in the case were completed three days later, what the jury had to decide...

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