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" The whole judicial power of each state (at least for civil causes) should be vested in one great court, of which all tribunals should be branches, departments, or divisions. The business, as well as the judicial administration of this court, should be... "
The World's Work - Page 666
by Walter Hines Page, Arthur Wilson Page - 1913
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Report of the ... Annual Meeting of the American Bar Association, Volume 37

American Bar Association - Law - 1912
...approved by this Association for adoption by the several states, that the whole judicial power of the state, at least for civil causes, should be vested in one great court, of which all the trial tribunals should be branches or divisions, that being in effect the English system which...
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Annual Report of the American Bar Association: Including ..., Volume 34

American Bar Association - Bar associations - 1909
...first principle which the committe desire to submit is that of unification of the judicial system. I. THE WHOLE JUDICIAL POWER OF EACH STATE, AT LEAST FOR CIVIL CAUSES, SHOULD RE VESTED IN ONE GREAT COURT, OF WHICH ALL TRIRUNALS SHOULD RE BRANCHES, DEPARTMENTS OR DIVISIONS....
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The Bar: West Virginia, Volume 17

Law - 1910
...eround only in Utopia. After pondering for two years, the committee produces this practical plan : "The whole judicial power of each state, at least...departments, or divisions. The business as well as the .judicial administration of this court should be thoroughly organized so as to prevent not merely waste...
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Proceedings of the American Political Science Association, Volume 7

American Political Science Association. Meeting - Political science - 1910
...machine. The American Bar Association has recognized that the judicial power of the State ought to be vested in one great court of which all tribunals should be branches, departments and divisions. Considerable time must elapse before this recommendation of the American Bar Association...
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The Organization of Courts: An Address Before the Law Association of ...

Roscoe Pound - Courts - 1913 - 22 pages
...in the organization of modern courts in these words: "The whole judicial power of each state . . . should be vested in one great court, of which all...departments or divisions. The business as well as the judicial administration of this court should be thoroughly organized so as to prevent not merely waste...
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The judiciary and the people

Frederick Newton Judson - Courts - 1913 - 270 pages
...recommendation has been approved by the American Bar Association that the whole judicial power of a state, at least for civil causes, should be vested in one great court, of which all the trial tribunals should be branches or divisions, that being in effect the English system, which...
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National Municipal Review, Volume 3

Municipal government - 1914
...betterment of courts is recognition of the principle that all the judicial power of a state should vested in one great court, of which all tribunals should be branches, departments, or divisions, and this court should have power to amend, revise, and create its procedural rules, But here we are...
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Proceedings of the ... annual meeting of the ..., Volume 10, Part 1915

Mississippi State Bar Association - Bar associations - 1915
...Delay and Unnecessary Cost in Litigation, as follows "The whole judicial power of each State * * *. should be vested in one great court, of which all...departments or divisions. The business as well as the judicial administration of this court should be thoroughly organized so as to prevent not merely waste...
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Proceedings of the ... Annual Meeting of the Alabama State Bar ..., Volume 39

Alabama State Bar Association - Bar associations - 1916
...found in the article mentioned by Mr. Sims. Prof. Pound says: "The whole judicial power of each state * should be vested in one great court, of which all...tribunals should be branches, departments or divisions. * * * This court should be constituted in three chief branches: (1) county courts or municipal courts...
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Journal of the American Judicature Society, Volumes 1-4

Justice, Administration of - 1917
...Proposed Laws to Prevent De(i lay and Unnecessary Cost in Litigation in its report in 1909, as follows : "The whole judicial power of each state (at least...departments or divisions. The business, as well as the judicial administration of this court, should be thoroughly organized, so as to prevent not merely...
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