A Selection of Photos from Scoundrels in Law by Cait Murphy '83
H&H defended the right to hold dog v rat fights
Bowslby - the blonde in the trunk
H&H defended Jacob Rosenzweig, who killed her in the course of a botched abortion - a case that titillated the city.
John L. Sullivan 1898
A German immigrant who combined a maternal sensibility with a shrewd criminal instinct, Marm Mandelbaum was the premier female crook of the era. Over the course of her career, she handled an estimated $10 million in stolen goods.
Murders Row at the Tombs
The city jail, and also its Death Row, where many of H&H's clients sat.