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Burger / Judges', Lawyers' Salaries #481433

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Feb 23, 1975
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(Studio) United States Chief Justice Warren Burger complains federal courts becoming training cts. for inexperienced prosecutors and public defenders. Burger calls for higher salaries for all lawyers involved in federal criminal justice system. Burger speaks before American Bar Association in Chicago.
REPORTER: Tom Snyder

(Chicago, Illinois) [BURGER - says inequitable salaries of federal judges places them 50% behind bulk of civil career service personnel. Action necessary to preserve strong, independent judiciary.]
REPORTER: No reporter given

Snyder, Tom

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