Titus v. Lindberg
|Opinion of the Court
SUPREME COURT OF NEW JERSEY
49 N.J. 66; 228 A.2d 65
ROBERT A. TITUS, AN INFANT BY HIS GUARDIAN AD LITEM, ETC., ET AL., PLAINTIFFS-RESPONDENTS v. RICHARD LINDBERG, BY HIS GUARDIAN AD LITEM, ETC., DEFENDANT-RESPONDENT, AND ROBERT SMITH AND MIDDLETOWN TOWNSHIP BOARD OF EDUCATION, DEFENDANTS-APPELLANTS
Argued: December 19 and 20, 1966 --- Decided: March 20, 1967
Mr. William T. Wichmann argued the cause for defendants-appellants (Messrs. Wise, Wise, Wichmann & Berich, attorneys).
Mr. Thomas J. Smith, Jr. argued the cause for plaintiffs-respondents (Messrs. Parsons, Canzona, Blair & Warren, attorneys; Mr. Theodore D. Parsons, Jr. on the brief).
Mr. James D. Carton, III argued the cause for defendant-respondent (Messrs. Carton, Nary, Witt & Arvanitis, attorneys).
For affirmance — Chief Justice Weintraub and Justices Jacobs, Francis and Schettino. For affirmance as to Smith and reversal as to Board of Education — Justices Hall and Haneman. The opinion of the court was delivered by Jacobs, J.