» James Burns, who retired this week as chief judge of Hawaii's Intermediate Court of Appeals, said he would have remained a judge if the state Constitution did not oblige judges to retire at age 70. A Page A3 "Newswatch" item yesterday
misquoted him as saying he would have retired anyway even if the Constitution allowed him to stay.
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