Thursday, June 30, 2011

Tongue In Shoe

(Some defendants are more interesting than others.)

THE DEFENDANT: Yes. Your Honor, for the record, provisions for a JOA (judgment of acquittal) have been established by what was brought forth prior to the testimony of the shoe.

THE DEFENDANT: Your Honor, before the jury comes in, I would like a jury of my peers, that is to include those that have been arrested or convicted.


THE DEFENDANT: Those that are not arrested or have not been convicted are not a jury of my peers.

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