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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 13, 1974)
Pasf stressed by debaters
Experience. " ' .
Paul Douglas and Frank Morrison agreed Thursday
night that voters should look at a candidates past to
decide how to cast their ballots.
The two candidates for Nebraska attorney general
spoke to members cf the Delia Thfita Phi legal
fraternity Thursday night and answered questions on
Both speakers said that the attorney general's office
directly affects every person In Nebraska and yet few
are familiar with what an attorney General does.
Morrison a Democrat said that in his campaigning he
has found that voters are distrustful of lawyers. He said
Watergate has hurt the legal profession and he would
like to see something done about restoring public trust.
"No such thing as an honest lawyer," is what
Morrison said he has heard Nebraskans say.
The attorney general's office should set the tone for
the legal profession, Morrison said, and he suggested
that lawyers need to restore public trust.
Douglas the Republican candidate said if he were
elected he would like to give greater assistance to
county attorney's around the state and to actively
participate with them.
He said he also would like to see new anti-trust laws
Both men agreed that the attorney general's office is
presently understaffed and that in rape cases a
woman's past should not be used as admissable
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