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Charles Sumner Brown

Chairman of Public Relations Committee

Washington Bar Association Inc

HQ Phone:  (202) 289-4247

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Washington Bar Association Inc

P.O. Box 56551

Washington, D.C., District of Columbia,20040

United States

Company Description

The Washington Bar Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to member professional development and to supporting the African American and underserved communities in the Washington D.C. area. The objectives and purposes of the Association are: to im...more

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Washington Bar Association, WBA, District of Columbia

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In other matters, in 1951, the WBA's chairman of its Public Relations Committee, Charles Sumner Brown, argued that the public interest was ill-served without public-supported payment of lawyers who handled the cases of indigents.
The WBA and Brown urged the support of S. 1210, a Bill "to provide the appointment and compensation of counsel to impoverished defendants in criminal cases in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia. In 1965, Charles Sumner Brown, in a letter to the Washington Post, complained that the method by which our bench is chosen leaves a lot to be desired. Brown inferred that the local judges and those appointed in the federal D.C. courts were largely incompetent in the field of criminal law.


Washington Bar Association - History & Mission

washingtonbar.org [cached]

In other matters, in 1951, the WBA's chairman of its Public Relations Committee, Charles Sumner Brown, argued that the public interest was ill-served without public-supported payment of lawyers who handled the cases of indigents.
The WBA and Brown urged the support of S. 1210, a Bill "to provide the appointment and compensation of counsel to impoverished defendants in criminal cases in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia." In 1965, Charles Sumner Brown, in a letter to the Washington Post, complained that the method by which our bench is chosen leaves a lot to be desired. Brown inferred that the local judges and those appointed in the federal D.C. courts were largely incompetent in the field of criminal law.


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