Again, no one should be surprised that “very intoxicated” appears in the next paragraph of this story: “A [Florida] man was arrested Friday after deputies said he called 911 multiple times to complain his mother took his beer away.”
This could be called taking “fighting for your client” to an extreme.
A prison cell is not a home, at least for purposes of Iowa’s civil rights act.
Who knew that you could be suspended from school for wearing rosary beads? Evidently, they “are sometimes worn as gang symbols.”
A Massachusetts attorney was suspended for six months and one day for serving a summary judgment motion on opposing counsel of record. The problem? He knew that counsel of record had recently died.”
Neither law nor human nature is an exact science.
Harris’s Hints on Advocacy