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Burger / New Orleans Speech #256344

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Feb 12, 1978
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(Studio) Chief Justice Warren Burger's address to American Bar Association in New Orleans, Louisiana, noted.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(New Orleans, Louisiana) Controversy over Burger's State of Judiciary speech cited; exclusion of media noted. Details of Burger's speech with regard to Illinois and New Jersey bar assns. given; Burger's statement on lawyer incompetence noted. [Carole BELLOWS - cites attitude toward Burger's statement.] [Griffin BELL - discusses complication of issue.] Burger's request for lawyer proficiency test noted. Vote on Burger by ABA's house of delegates cited.
REPORTER: Fred Graham

Dean, Morton;
Graham, Fred

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