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In re BOULT.
FELTON, Justice.
Application for admission to bar. Fulton Superior Court. Before Judge Tanksley.
The applicant for admission to the State Bar of Georgia under the provisions of Code Ann. Ch. 9-2 (Ga. L. 1969, p. 82) filed a reply to the response of the State Bar of Georgia in Fulton Superior Court, in which he attacked the constitutionality of certain provisions of said statutes. The superior court judge entered the following order: "The application listed in caption coming on to be heard on the application, the response of State Bar of Georgia, and the reply to that response, there being no factual issues in dispute, after argument of counsel and consideration It Is Ordered and Adjudged that the objection of respondent be and it is hereby sustained and the prayer of applicant that he be admitted to the Bar of Georgia be and it is hereby denied."
Since there is no other basis for this court's jurisdiction under the Constitution (Art VI, Sec. II, Par. IV; Code Ann. 2-3704), the case is
Mallory C. Atkinson, Alexander Cocalis, for appellee.
Weber F. Boult, Jr., pro se, Albert M. Horn, Jack Watson, Jr., for appellant.
SUBMITTED APRIL 14, 1971 -- DECIDED MAY 6, 1971.
Friday May 22 16:25 EDT

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