Cincinnati Enquirer 25 Feb 1921
. RETURN SJBBBSSNaSjaSBSBSJSBBBBBBBBBBBBBSlSBBn Of Liquor Is Ordered. Jndge Declares PtUeeMost Have Warrants If They Are Tt Seize Whisky LegaHy. Before police can Invade one's home or place of business In search of liquor they must be equipped with search war rants ahowlnz orobable cause, .sup- .sup- i ported by oath or afflrmaUon. parllcu- parllcu- i.,w .Wrihi.. h. flics intended to be searched snd the person, or persons, Such was the ruling yesterday of Municipal Judgj Arthur XL Spiegel J when he dismissed Richard Klump. cafe owner at 1438 Race street, who .... r. .ii..a vini.iinn .r a vr.iw. "' " Jud BPlfl granted the motion of .Attorney Arthur C. Frlcke. .counsel for the defense, for the return of liquor whlrh w.r. .alte.od to have ..1.1 a.H1sta.ral1 Vlnmn's svnnt antllit w that whUk'y which police had found waa used for adding flavor to turtle soup. Assistant Municipal Prosecutor Prosecutor Chauncey 'V. Pichel maintained that Inasmuch as Klump was alleged to have open ad a cupboard door voluntarily voluntarily and shown the invading officers what was inside, the acta of the ar-jestlng ar-jestlng ar-jestlng officers were In accordance with law. 'Judge Spiegel ordered two small bottles of lliuor returned to the defendant defendant The ruling of the Municipal Judge U based upon a recent decision of United Stales ' District -Judge -Judge John weld Peck. ' I " ' '