WOCA Radio Interview with Hagan Smith on the Common Law Grand Jury

Posted by Lisbon Reporter.

Hagan Smith Interview, click here.

Related:  Maine State Bar Association – 100 Years of Law & Justice (1891-1991), click here.

P. 33 – The Maine Bar admits “the younger members of the Bar had virtually no training in common law procedure.”
Maine is listed as a common law state.

P. 37 – The Maine Bar admits “a radical change taken place with respect to a fundamental body of learning, the old learning in common law pleading cast away and an entirely new system replacing it.”

P. 36- Maine Rules of Civil Procedure replaced common law pleadings.

This state cannot “cast away” the law due to the ignorance, uneducated attorneys.

Also related, click here.


Published in: on March 4, 2014 at 8:57 pm  Comments (1)  

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  1. Hagan was also a fellow delegate at Continental Congress 2009! We had breakfast together several times. He is a good, reliable source.

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