N.J. Constitutional Convention: Vol. 4, Page 467


STATE OF NEW JERSEY CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION OF 1947
COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY
Thursday, July 24, 1947 (Morning session)

nesday. No more executive meetings, except perhaps after the hearing on Wednesday, we might have a final executive meeting to draw up the final draft.

MR. BROGAN: What is the deadline for our proposal?

VICE-CHAIRMAN: Thursday night. The rules call for July 31.

MR. ST. CLAIR: Is there any possibility that the recommendations I have read in the papers will not be made?

VICE-CHAIRMAN: Oh, yes; this is a tentative draft. We are having a public hearing on Wednesday and the concluding meeting will be on Thursday.

MR. ST. CLAIR: My only interest, of course, is that I would like to attend that meeting, because I certainly want to see this thing worked out and I would do any amount of fighting.

VICE-CHAIRMAN: You are welcome on Wednesday, and I will see that Mrs. Miller sends you a copy of the proposed Article. In fact, everyone who has appeared should have one.

MR. McGRATH: The gentleman is on record and the shorthand stenographer is taking it down.

VICE-CHAIRMAN: Any further questions? We will recess until 2:00 o'clock.

(Recessed for lunch at 12:30 P. M.)


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