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High Cost Of Litigation In U. S.
Court's Deplored. By Committee

Federal Judge Eugene Rice made

public Saturday the first, report of a‘

munnittee of the on improvement
oi administration of justice and re—

appointed the committee for a year.

The committees report praised thei

pretrial r-onferenets which are carried
()ll under the rules of the federal
courts, lauded the federal jury sys-
tent and deplored the. cost, of litigation
ultieh it termed appalling. It also
jf-t'tIllillltlelCd that. the judges of the
tederal enurt, here wear their robes
to enhance the solemnity of the court.
It requested that. the judges make
themselves available so far as pos—
sible, to explain to laymen and mem-
bers of the legal profession the rules
their l'tllll'l. and what. they described
as the compleities of. litigation in

The report, or tile committee has
been praised. Judge Rice. said, by
members of tho ('ourt. of Appeals
of the. Tenth (‘irt-ttit, “ho recom—
mended appointment of the. com—
mittee. and others like. it. and by
Arthur Vanderbilt, chicf justice, of
l\t-w Jersey and formerly president
of the. American Bar Association.
The report has been sent to the
judges of the Tenth (‘ircuit court
of Appeals and to tho (‘lticf Justice
of the. [Jilted Shins.

The committee was appointed in
tilt‘t'ttltittllt't‘ \\ itlt awakened interest: of
the federal courts in the opinions of
Lumen and constructive suggestions
«it |;t_\mett for the administration of
justice. It includes Robin llood, chair—
man, and l’aul llruner. of Muskogee;
.llielis l‘ittltlll' \Vcwoka; Leon llaube,
.At'dttture, and Dutch l’endleton,
lturttnt. real estate and insurance

“'l‘he cost of litigation to the in—
terested parties," the committee
“role in critr'ism of the juducial
system," 1. often appalling. It is not
11 healthy condition in a democratic
country uhte'r compels a poor ntan
to abandon "Floris to obtain redress
or gain _lli-~llt‘-‘ merely by reason of
the rust of t:t't;ttt,'; his case to court.
The iu‘llt‘lt .llltl the bar should there—
‘tt it‘ttttitttttr avoidable

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