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I about fell out of my chair laughing at that one. And then about fell out of it again after my wife slapped me.
Denied and affirmed on appeal!
This Courttoon is misogynistic!
Leslie – Whether it’s affirmed on appeal depends upon whether a court would even hear the case. The denial would be an interlocutory order, and its appealability would turn on whether (a) said denial might have a “serious, perhaps irreparable, consequence” and (b) the order can be “effectually challenged.” Carson v. Am. Brands, Inc., 450 U.S. 79, 84 (1981).
(Damn, that’s nerdy, esp. for a Friday…I’m kinda ashamed…)
Good one today.
I am disappointed that the cat didn’t say anything . . .
A great way to head into the weekend! Thanks for the new Courtoon :)
He should have filed his motion ex parte – the result would be the same but the likelihood of getting slapped is reduced…
See, this is why lawyers shouldn’t marry…
This courtoon is racist.
@ Tracey – the conversation may not be that riveting, but they would have the most comprehensive pre-nup the world has ever seen (and the longest divorce trial trying to have it voided).
I love courtoons.
There is still the problem of the Central Bank itself. ,
This better be about the Bucks…
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Funny! Lawyers always take their work at home.
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