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The spectacle of United States v. Dellinger, has impelled two distinguished
organizations of the legal profession to promulgate rules
designed to secure courtroom decorum. In July, 1970, the American
College of Trial Lawyers, through a special Committee on Disruption
of the Judicial Process, published its Report and Recommendations.
In January, 1971, the American Bar Association received a report on
Standards Relating to the Function of a Trial Judge from its Advisory
Committee on the Judge's Function, a constituent of the ABA's Project
on Standards for Criminal Justice.
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