N.J. Constitutional Convention: Vol. 4, Page 241


STATE OF NEW JERSEY CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION OF 1947 COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY
Thursday, July 3, 1947 (Morning session)

and I have concluded that the studious lawyer has no great difficulty in obtaining appropriate relief and that the careless and indifferent lawyer meets with the success which his ill-timed effort deserves. It is not to be expected members of the laity should understand court procedure, for the practice of the law is a profession. He is interested in results, just as you and I when we consult our physician.

(Adjournment for luncheon)


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