Chester C. Conway - Physician

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Chester C. Conway - Physician

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THE COURT: Your next witness, please.

WITNESS SWORN BY THE COURT.

CHESTER C. CONWAY , a witness called on behalf of defendant Gertrude Baniszewski,
being duly sworn by the court, testified as follows:

DIRECT EXAMINATION,
QUESTIONS BY MR. WILLIAM ERBECKER, ATTORNEY FOR DEFENDANT,
GERTRUDE BANISZEWSKI

Q. State your name, sir.

A. Chester C. Conway.

Q. Your business or profession?

A. I am a Doctor of Medicine.

Q. Where is your office, Doctor?

A. 4402 East New York Street.

Q. How long have you been a physician?

A. I was licensed to practice medicine in the State of Indiana in 1937.

Q. What college did you graduate from, Doctor?

A. Indiana University.

Q. Do you know the defendant in this case, Gertrude Baniszewski?

A. My records say I have treated her. I did not remember her.

Q. Refresh your recollection, look at them to refresh your recollection, Doctor.

A. I beg pardon?

Q. Look at them to refresh your recollection. Now then, have you refreshed your recollection when you saw her?

A. Yes.

Q. Without reading, when did you first see her?

A. I first saw her in September 1951.

Q. What was that for?

MR. NEW: We object.

THE COURT: Sustained. It is too remote.

Q. When did you last see her?

A. The last time I saw her was December 11, 1953.

Q. What was that for?

MR. NEW: We object. It is too remote.

THE COURT: Overruled as to that question. The question was what did you see her for?

A. At that time, she came in seeking relief from indigestion, insomnia, nervous headaches and lack of energy, tiredness.

Q. Did you see her after December 11, 1953?

A. No, I never did.

Q. On that date was there any evidence of malnutrition?

MR. NEW: We object.

THE COURT: Sustained. It is too remote.

MR. ERBECKER: That is all.

MR. NEW: No cross examination.

THE COURT: Any other examination?

MR. BOWMAN: No.

MR. RICE: No.

MR. NEDEFF: I have nothing.

WITNESS EXCUSED.
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