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Thanks to M. Thomas for informing me of this true story.
Did your informant happen to tell you what courthouse this was in? I have a couple of lawyer friends in Louisiana that I wouldn’t put this past…
This courtoon is racist.
Nerdy vandalistsare dangerous. Surely you realize that the pun is mightier than the sword?
He who would pun would pick a pocket.
In Louisiana we call is jurisprudence constante.
It’s on the door right outside of Judge Hill’s chambers in Lafayette. Glad to see it made the cut!
It is also on a staircase in Brooklyn Law School
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This link made me lol…
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You can definitely see your expertise in the work you write. The world hopes for more passionate writers like you who aren’t afraid to say how they believe. Always go after your heart.
I’ve listened to Sergei before in an online interview. I would love to have this DVD. Thanks so much for gifting us something on your blog birthday! Sweet. I’m in California until the end of summer.
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