Jack Ruby Trial Transcripts

Jack Ruby was tried for the murder of Lee Harvey Oswald in the March of 1964 and convicted of first degree murder. He died in prison in 1967 while his case was under appeal.

These transcripts of the court proceedings and subsequent trial were obtained from the Texas State Library and Archives Commission, and the National Archives, by researcher Greg Mullanax.

  1.Jack Ruby Hearing on Writ of Habeas Corpus, Dec 23 1963
  2.Jack Ruby Hearing on Motion for a Change of Venue - Vol 1, Feb 10 1964
  3.Jack Ruby Hearing on Motion for a Change of Venue - Vol 2, Feb 11 1964
  4.Jack Ruby Trial Transcript Vol 1, Mar 4 1964
  5.Jack Ruby Trial Transcript Vol 2, Mar 5 1964
  6.Jack Ruby Trial Transcript Vol 3, Mar 6 1964
  7.Jack Ruby Trial Transcript Vol 4, Mar 9 1964
  8.Jack Ruby Trial Transcript Vol 5, Mar 10 1964
  9.Jack Ruby Trial Transcript Vol 6, Mar 11 1964
  10.Jack Ruby Trial Transcript Vol 7, Mar 12 1964
  11.Jack Ruby Trial Transcript Vol 8, Mar 13 1964

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