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John T. Casey, District Attorney Pierce H. Russell of counsel , for appellant. Francis Warren Travers for respondent. This appeal concerns the admissibility of evidence of flight in a criminal prosecution. Defendant's conviction for robbery rested, in part, upon testimony that he attempted to escape from custody. After the jury returned its verdict of guilty, defense counsel moved to set aside the verdict on the ground that the evidence of flight was inadmissible because, at the time of the attempted escape, defendant was also detained under an Ohio warrant for parole violation. It was urged that, when a person is detained for two or more crimes, flight is not relevant to show guilt of either. The trial court denied the motion but the Appellate Division has reversed the conviction and ordered a new trial, holding that flight, while generally admissible as evidencing a consciousness of guilt, cannot be admitted where it is "impossible to tell to which, if either, of the charges the inference of guilt should be attributed.
John T. Casey, District Attorney Pierce E. Bussell of counsel , for respondent. It is undisputed that on May 1, appellant attempted to escape from custody and was only apprehended after warning shots were fired. It seems clear that, if it was improper to admit testimony concerning the escape in evidence, such action constituted reversible error.