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" What the poor man needs is a prompt decision of his case, and by limiting the appeals in cases involving small amounts of money so that there shall be a final decision in the lower court, an opportunity is given to the poor litigant to secure a judgment... "
The World's Work - Page 12695
edited by - 1910
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American oratory of to-day

Edwin Du Bois Shurter - Speeches, addresses, etc., American - 1910 - 406 pages
...poor man the same right to go to the supreme courts as a rich man. Nothing is further from the truth. What the poor man needs is a prompt decision of his...his resources in litigating to the supreme court. I am a lawyer and admire my profession, but I must admit that we have had too many lawyers in legislating...
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Presidential addresses and state papers, from March 4, 1909 to ..., Volume 1

William Howard Taft - 1910 - 612 pages
...poor man the same right to go to the Supreme Court as the rich man. Nothing is further from the truth. What the poor man needs is a prompt decision of his...his resources in litigating to the Supreme Court. I am a lawyer and admire my profession, but I must admit that we have had too many lawyers in legislating...
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American Oratory of To-day

Edwin Du Bois Shurter - Speeches, addresses, etc - 1910 - 406 pages
...poor man the same right to go to the supreme courts as a rich man. Nothing is further from the truth. What the poor man needs is a prompt decision of his...given to the poor litigant to secure a judgment in tune to enjoy it and not after he has exhausted all his resources in litigating to the supreme court....
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The Gospel of the Kingdom, Volumes 7-8

Church and social problems - 1914
...millions of laboring men are denied certain fundamental rights, is not the same question upon us? 113 "What the poor man needs is a prompt decision of his case." If our legal process has become so elaborate and expensive that the poor man is practically debarred...
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