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CASE DISMISSED

Thus with the pounding of the gavel, the fate of men and women have been decided by the judge. This is the story of our legal rights, the battle to preserve and protect them, and how easily they can be lost. The program shows us just how fragile liberty and justice can be. These stories of everyday events are still interesting, even after 50 years. Stories of criminal liability, legal wills, buying on installment, and leasing an apartment. Each story is well written, and the acting, though dated and a bit hokey by today’s standards, still manages to achieve the desired effect. Not much information is available for this series, it was apparently broadcast on a limited basis, and originated on WMAQ Chicago, an NBC station. It was comprised of thirteen episodes, twelve of which are currently available, and was heard from January 30, 1954 through April 24, 1954. From the Old Time Radio Researcher's Group. See "Note" Section below for more information on the OTRR.

This recording is part of the Old Time Radio collection.

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Chapters

Criminal Liability

27:10

Legal Wills

27:24

Pitfalls of Buying a Home

27:22

Child Support

27:11

Installment Buying

27:38

Adoption

27:21

Landlord and Tenant

27:36

Rights When Arrested

27:34

Liability for Minors

28:36

Responsibilities of Eye Witnesses

27:21

Libel and Slander

27:28

Juvenile Delinquency

26:45