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Indictment for Criminal Case No. 7742: United States vs. Joe Berbiglia, defendants. Berbiglia is charged in four counts with violating the National Prohibition Act: in Count I, with possessing unregistered distillery equipment; in Count II, with operating a distillery; in Count III, with making, possessing, and fermenting approximately twelve hundred gallons of mash, "a quantity ... fit for distillation"; and in Count IV, using a still "for the distillation and manufacturer of alcoholic spirits in a dwelling house" at 1734 East Missouri Avenue.

Date: 
January 26th 1927

Commitment in the trial of Criminal Case No. 7742: United States vs. Joe Berbiglia, defendant. The document notes that Joe Berbiglia was found guilty of the four counts of Prohibition Act violation with which he was charged, and received a prison sentence of 60 days in the Clay County Jail and a fine of $100. Berbiglia was delivered to the jailer of the Clay County Jail on November 9, 1927.

Date: 
December 1st 1927

Application to squash search warrant and suppress testimony in the trial of Criminal Case No. 7742: United States vs. Joe Berbiglia, defendant.

Date: 
April 20th 1927
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