Friday Follies 1.16

I think this is called a vicious circle: “Lawyer Says Lawyer Defamed Him in Press Release About Defamation Suit” (Via.)

So much for seeking forgiveness. A convicted sex offender in Raleigh, N.C., was arrested when he tried to attend church because he is not allowed to be present on any property where children are present.

A former Alabama circuit court judge is on trial for having male inmates brought from the jail to a storage room furnished like an office near his chambers and spanking them and forcing them to engage in sexual activity. (Via.)

So being a lawyer is the 18th best job to have. Who’da thunk systems engineer would top the list? (Via.)

But could a systems engineer help do this? Criminal defendant escapes after being mistaken for lawyer.

Hmm, is a “doctor of legal marketing” a good thing?

A man has been declared a “vexatious litigator” and barred from filing any more lawsuits in Hamilton County, Ohio, unless he first gets permission from the presiding judge. The 42-year-old man, who is not a lawyer, has filed 21 lawsuits in Hamilton County courts and 16 complaints in the Ohio Supreme Court since 2007. His reaction to the order? He filed a complaint with the Ohio Supreme Court. (Via.)

I guess there are legal ramifications of tearing off those mattress tags.

I haven’t committed a crime. What I did was fail to comply with the law.

David Dinkins

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