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State v. Quatro

Decided: December 17, 1954.

STATE OF NEW JERSEY, PLAINTIFF-RESPONDENT,
v.
LOUIS QUATRO, DEFENDANT-APPELLANT



Goldmann, Freund and Schettino. Goldmann, S.j.a.d.

Goldmann

[33 NJSuper Page 334] Defendant was tried and convicted on October 17, 1952 in the Essex County Court before a judge and jury on nine indictments tried together by consent. Six of these charged defendant with the crime of breaking, entering, larceny and receiving (hereinafter referred to as B.E.L. & R.); another charged malicious burning; still another charged possession of burglars' tools; and the last charged breaking and entering (B. & E.). Following his conviction on all nine offenses defendant was charged by accusation with being a multiple (third) offender, to which charge he pleaded non vult.

On October 31, 1952 the County Court judge imposed the following sentences, all terms to be served in the State Prison:

Indictment

Number Crime Sentence

291 B.E. L. & R. 10 to 14 years

290 Malicious burning 10 to 14 years consecutive to 291

254 Poss. burg. tools 1 to 3 years concurrent with 290

255 B.E.L. & R. 10 to 14 years concurrent with 290

257 B.E.L. & R. 5 to 7 years concurrent with 290

289 B.E.L. & R. 2 to 7 years concurrent with 290

292 B.E.L. & R. 5 to 7 years concurrent with 290

293 B.E.L. & R. 2 to 7 years ...


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