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17-year-old Donald Rogers, charged with shooting and killing 11-year-old Marilyn Bunker, Los Angeles, 1940

Accused murderer Fred Stettler showing Capt. Bert Wallis money Stettler had stolen and hidden in a potato sack at his home

Accused murderer Helen Wills Love with Veda Sullivan and juror Mary Plettner at Love's trial, Los Angeles, 1937

Accused murderer John Frank Reavis awaits the decision on his indictment, Los Angeles, February 28, 1940

Accused murderer John Frank Reavis awaits the decision on Reavis's indictment, Los Angeles, February 28, 1940

Albert Dyer murder trial juror Harby Harold breaks the tension for fellow jurors Shirley Angranoff, Butler E. Shaw, George Ritchie, and James D. Kelly, Los Angeles, August 1937

Albert Dyer on trial for the murder of three Inglewood girls, Los Angeles, August 1937

Albert Dyer on trial for the murder of three Inglewood girls, Los Angeles, August 1937

Albert Dyer on trial for the murder of three Inglewood girls, Los Angeles, August 1937

Albert Dyer with his lawyers William Neeley and Ellery Cuff in court, Los Angeles, 1937

Albert Smith, Jerry Ramlow, and Barney Bernard with gambling equipment confiscated during a police raid on 1019 N. Doheny Rd., Los Angeles, January 1938

Alexander Sparks, the first husband of Doris Dazay, at the murder trial of George Dazey, Los Angeles, 1940

Alexander Sparks, the first husband of Doris Dazay, at the murder trial of George Dazey, Los Angeles, 1940

Alleged blackmailer George Wallace, alias Robert M. Nixon, with U.S. Marshal William S. Sweeney, Los Angeles, 1940

Alleged blackmailer George Wallace, alias Robert M. Nixon, with U.S. Marshal William S. Sweeney, Los Angeles, 1940

Ann Forst sits with an unidentified man at the county jail after being charged with operating a prostitution ring, Los Angeles, 1940

Ann Forst walks into county jail after being charged for operating a prostitution ring, Los Angeles, 1940

Assemblyman Sam Yorty, chairman of the "little Dies committee" at hearings for charges of Communist activity against members of the Los Angeles County S.R.A., Feb. 5, 1940

Assemblyman Sam Yorty, chairman of the "little Dies committee" at hearings for charges of Communist activity against members of the Los Angeles County S.R.A., Feb. 5, 1940

Assemblymen Jack Tenney and Sam Yorty at hearings for charges of Communist activity against members of the Los Angeles County S.R.A., Feb. 5, 1940

Attorneys, witnesses, and family members gather during the trial of Patrolman W.H. Redding who was accused of murdering longshoreman Norman Gregg, Los Angeles, 1937

Betty Flay Hardaker stands at a counter in the Los Angeles County Jail after being taken into custody, Los Angeles, 1940

Betty Flay Hardaker stands at a counter in the Los Angeles County Jail after being taken into custody, Los Angeles, 1940

Betty Hardaker, mother convicted of murdering her daughter, during questioning by Dr. Paul De River, Los Angeles, 1940

Betty Hardaker, mother convicted of murdering her daughter, questioned by Dr. Paul De River, Los Angeles, 1940

Betty Hardaker, mother convicted of murdering her daughter, questioned by Dr. Paul De River, Los Angeles, 1940

Betty Hardaker, mother convicted of murdering her daughter, sits in jail after being taken into custody, Los Angeles, 1940

Betty Hardaker, mother convicted of murdering her daughter, sits in jail after being taken into custody, Los Angeles, 1940

Betty Hardaker, mother convicted of murdering her daughter, sits with her brother Samuel Karnes, Jr. in a courtroom, Los Angeles, 1940

Betty Hardaker, mother convicted of murdering her daughter, sits with her brother Samuel Karnes, Jr. in a courtroom, Los Angeles, 1940

Betty Hardaker, mother convicted of murdering her daughter, speaks to an unidentified woman in a courtroom, Los Angeles, 1940

Betty Hardaker, mother convicted of murdering her daughter, walks into the county jail, Los Angeles, 1940

Boy Scout Albert Portune testifies for the court regarding the discovery of the bodies of murdered children Jeanette Stevens and Melba and Madeline Everett. August 12, 1937.

Boy Scout Frank Portune testifies for the court regarding the discovery of the bodies of murdered children Jeanette Stevens and Melba and Madeline Everett. August 12, 1937.

Boy Scout Frank Portune testifies for the court regarding the discovery of the bodies of murdered children Jeanette Stevens and Melba and Madeline Everett. August 12, 1937.

Bradley Bunker, brother of murder victim 11-year-old Marilyn Bunker, sits in court waiting to provide witness testimony, Los Angeles, 1940

Cafe operator Agnes O'Brien on the witness stand during the liquor license bribe trial, Los Angeles, 1937

Cafe operator Agnes O'Brien on the witness stand during the liquor license bribe trial, Los Angeles, 1937

Cafe operator Agnes O'Brien on the witness stand during the liquor license bribe trial, Los Angeles, 1937

Charles Hardaker after his wife, Betty Flay Hardaker, was arrested for the murder of their daughter, Los Angeles, 1940

Charles Hardaker at the inquest for his wife, Betty Flay Hardaker, Los Angeles, 1940

Charles Hardaker at the inquest for his wife, Betty Flay Hardaker, Los Angeles, 1940

Charles Hardaker comforts his wife Betty Flay Hardaker who was convicted of murdering their daughter, Los Angeles, 1940

Charles Hardaker comforts his wife Betty Hardaker during her trial for the murder of their daughter, Los Angeles, 1940

Charles Hardaker is questioned by an investigator after the arrest of his wife for the murder of their daughter, Los Angeles, 1940

Charles H. Hope entering court for his joint murder trial with Robert S. James, Los Angeles, 1936

Charles H. Hope in court with public defender William H. Sanson for his joint murder trial with Robert S. James, Los Angeles, 1936

Cherrie Armour, the year of her alimony dispute and a damages suit following a hit-and-run automobile accident, Los Angeles, 1940

Chief liquor control officer Merle Templeton with attorney James Flanagan at the liquor license bribe trial, Oct. 1939 - May 1940

Chief liquor control officer Merle Templeton with his attorney Richard H. Sampson at the liquor license bribe trial, Oct 1939 - May 1940

Clifford E. Clinton in court after being cited for contempt, circa December 1, 1937

Clifford E. Clinton in court after being cited for contempt, circa December 1, 1937

Clifford E. Clinton in court after being cited for contempt, circa December 1, 1937

Clifford E. Clinton in court after being cited for contempt, circa December 1, 1937

Coroner Frank Nance listens to testimony from Roland West at the grand jury hearings into death of actress Thelma Todd, December 18, 1935

Cowboy film extra Jerome "Blackjack" Ward kisses his wife Mickey Ward during his trial for the murder of fellow extra Johnny Tyke, Los Angeles, July 1940

Cowboy film extra Jerome "Blackjack" Ward kisses his wife Mickey Ward during his trial for the murder of fellow extra Johnny Tyke, Los Angeles, July 1940

Cowboy film extra Jerome "Blackjack" Ward, on trial for the murder of fellow extra Johnny Tyke in Gower's Gulch, Los Angeles, July 1940

Cowboy film extra Jerome "Blackjack" Ward re-enacts his confrontation with fellow extra Johnny Tyke for Lieutenant W.A. Ellenson, Los Angeles, February 24, 1940

Cowboy film extra Jerome "Blackjack" Ward talks to police during a re-enactment of his confrontation with fellow extra Johnny Tyke, Los Angeles, February 24, 1940

Cowboy film extra Jerome "Blackjack" Ward with his wife Mickey during a re-enactment of his confrontation with fellow extra Johnny Tyke, Los Angeles, February 24, 1940

Cowboy film extra Jerome "Blackjack" Ward with his wife Mickey during a re-enactment of his confrontation with fellow extra Johnny Tyke, Los Angeles, February 24, 1940

Cowboy film extras Jerome "Blackjack" Ward and Yukon Jake re-enacting Blackjack's confrontation with fellow extra Johnny Tyke in Gower Gulch, Los Angeles, February 24, 1940


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