5 Notre Dame L. 355 (1929-1930)
Under date of November 21st, 1929, the Commission on Law Observance and Enforcement made a preliminary report to the President on observance and enforcement of prohibition. Under subdivision (D) of that report, the Commission offered three methods to relieve the congestion in the Federal Courts. Although the bills are constitutional, they will not relieve congestion. Instead, the will promote fraud and lower citizens' respect for the Federal Judiciary and the Constitution.
Thomas F. Konop,
Proposed Legislation for Enforcement of Prohibition,
5 Notre Dame L. 355 (1929-1930).
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