In People v. Cassidy (133 N.Y. 612) the confessions were made to Inspector Byrnes of the New York police force Many other cases might be cited to the same effect, which have been decided since the adoption of the Code of Criminal Procedure, in all of which the confessions were held to have been properly admitted.Summary of this case from People v. Rogers
Argued April 21, 1892
Decided May 3, 1892
Frederick W. Sherman for appellant.
W. Popham Platt for respondent.
EARL, Ch. J., reads for affirmance.