Law: A Parley

The intolerable delay of justice has at last aroused the American Bench and Bar. In most jurisdictions under ordinary conditions, it takes almost two years to bring a big case to trial. Nobody has realized the shocking condition of affairs more keenly than William H. Taft. On Sept. 26 the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the U. S. called a meeting in Washington of all the senior Federal Circuit Judges "to discuss court conditions."


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