Rose Will Likely Go Scot Free Result of Ruling
Rose Will Likely GRe o Scot ult of Ruling Free Unless the higher courts reverse the ruling of Judge Coldsberry, Bert Rose Will Likely Go Scot Free Result of Ruling Unless the higher courts reverse the ruling of Judge Goldsberry, Bert Rose, accused of a statutory crime lagainst 16-year-old Zelpha Smith, of Liberty township, will go free of the charges placed against him. Wednesday morning, with Attorneys J8fliC I. Boulger for the defendant, and W. W. Boulger, for the state present, Judge Goldsberry overruled the states demurrer to the defendant's plea In bar, thereby supporting the claims of the defendant that a former trial and dismissal in the juienile court disbarred proceedings of like character in the court of Common Pleas, "Wee was arraigned in the juvenile court last August on the charge of contributing to the delinquency of the young Smith girl, but a later motion to quash the proceedings was sustained, the prosecuting attorney Immediately bringing an action in the higher court, mentioning specific charges and the case came up for trial. The jury, how linquency of the young Smith girl, but a later motion to quash the pro-the ceedings WW1 sustained, the prosecutCo. ing attorney immediately bringing an aetion in the higher court, menGth Honing specific charges and the case came up for trial. The jury, how-their ever, at the time, after a brief period of deliberations, was dismissed by the court without having reached a verdict, the court records thus fall- big to show that the jury did or did Chilli-not agree, For this and the fact that the defendant had been on trial for be-a like offense in the other court, the commis-counsel for the defense asked the court to dismiss the case, which by the above action was done. Prose-of cuting Attorney Iloulger Immediate-the quesly gave notive of appeal, which the con-court endorsed as it Is a more or less technical question In dispute and should be passed upon by the higher arcon rts.