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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 administration of "
The World's Work - Página 660
1913
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Proceedings of the American Political Science Association, Volumen7

American Political Science Association. Meeting, American Political Science Association - 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 Constitutional Review, Volúmenes1-2

Henry Campbell Black - 1917
...applied as his general recommendation for American adoption. "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, (2)...
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International Law, Public Law and Jurisprudence

James Brown Scott - 1917 - 865 páginas
...approved by the American Ваг Association that the whole judicial power of the State, particularly for civil causes, should be vested In one great court, of which all the trial tribunals should be brunches or divisions, that being In effect the English system, which...
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Proceedings of the Second Pan American Scientific Congress, Washington, U.S ...

1917 - 865 páginas
...been approved by the American Bar Association that the whole Judicial power of the State, particularly for civil causes, should be vested in one great court, of which all the trial tribunals should be brunches or divisions, that being In effect the English system, which...
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Principles and Problems of Government

Charles Grove Haines, Bertha Harner Moser Hains, Mrs. Bertha Harner (Moser) Hains, Bertha Moser Haines - 1921 - 597 páginas
...committee of the American Bar Association and were presented to that organization in 1909.* Principle I. The whole judicial power of each state, at least for...which all tribunals should be branches, departments, and divisions. The business as well as the judicial administration of this court should be thoroughly...
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Principles and Problems of Government

Charles Grove Haines, Bertha Harner Moser Hains, Mrs. Bertha Harner (Moser) Hains, Bertha Moser Haines - 1921 - 597 páginas
...committee of the American Bar Association and were presented to that organization in 1909. 1 Principle I. The whole judicial power of each state, at least for...which all tribunals should be branches, departments, and divisions. The business as well as the judicial administration of this court should be thoroughly...
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Principles and Problems of Government

Charles Grove Haines, Bertha Harner Moser Hains, Mrs. Bertha Harner (Moser) Hains, Bertha Moser Haines - 1921 - 597 páginas
...a committee of the American Bar Association and were presented to that organization in Principle I. The whole judicial power of each state, at least for...which all tribunals should be branches, departments, and divisions. The business as well as the judicial administration of this court should be thoroughly...
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The Government of Kentucky: Report of the Efficiency Commission of ..., Volumen1

Kentucky. Commission on Economy and Efficiency, Kentucky. Efficiency Commission - 1924
...measure of progress. Meanwhile the ideal of the Bar has been clearly crystallized in the canon that: "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 ivaste...
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The Central Law Journal, Volumen86

1918
...first principle which the committee desires to submit is that of unification of the judicial system. I. The whole judicial power of each state, at least for...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 Constitutional Review, Volumen2

1918
...applied as his general recommendation for American adoption. "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, (2)...
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