Lawyers and non-lawyers alike fell delightedly on the authors' previous collection of ridiculous excerpts from actual court cases. Now Rodney R. Jones and Gerald F. Uelmen return with an all-new assortment of unintentionally amusing incidents from legal cases of all kinds, including folly in the Supreme Court itself.
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This second book from the authors of Disorderly Conduct (Norton, 1987) is a collection of more witticisms culled from appellate court decisions. Epithets and names are included, as well as poetic ... Ler crítica na íntegra
Trial by Jury
The Joy of Epithets
Beasts Before the
The Names in the Game
A Codicil of Spurious Precedents
When Is a Horse a Small Bird?
The Arkansas Omnibus Repealer
The Oberweiss Will
The Christmas Opinions
The Alfred Packer Legend