Finch Case Goes to Jury

Photograph by John Malmin / Los Angeles Times

March 5, 1960: Carole Tregoff. The caption information on the back says “Carole Guilty,” which has been changed to “Carole Tregoff.”

March 5, 1960: The Finch case goes to the jury, which will be sequestered in a downtown hotel pending the verdicts.

March 5, 1960: “Now you have the power, ladies and gentlemen, and it as awesome thing, indeed, to permit this precious pair to walk up that aisle free as the air, hand in hand, congratulating themselves on having gotten away with murder. “But I’m going to ask you not to do that in the name of my client, the people of the state of California,” Deputy Dist. Atty. Fred N. Whichello.

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