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Fortune: 23 - 32 of 202 from Linux Law

Linux Law:  23 of 202

An attorney was defending his client against a charge of first-degree murder.
"Your Honor, my client is accused of stuffing his lover's mutilated body into
a suitcase and heading for the Mexican border.  Just north of Tijuana a cop
spotted her hand sticking out of the suitcase.  Now, I would like to stress
that my client is *not* a murderer.  A sloppy packer, maybe..."
Linux Law:  24 of 202

An English judge, growing weary of the barrister's long-winded summation,
leaned over the bench and remarked, "I've heard your arguments, Sir
Geoffrey, and I'm none the wiser!" Sir Geoffrey responded, "That may be,
Milord, but at least you're better informed!"
Linux Law:  25 of 202

And then there was the lawyer that stepped in cow manure and thought
he was melting...
Linux Law:  26 of 202

Another day, another dollar.
                -- Vincent J. Fuller, defense lawyer for John Hinckley,
                   upon Hinckley's acquittal for shooting President Ronald
Linux Law:  27 of 202

Anti-trust laws should be approached with exactly that attitude.
Linux Law:  28 of 202

Atlanta makes it against the law to tie a giraffe to a telephone pole
or street lamp.
Linux Law:  29 of 202

Attorney General Edwin Meese III explained why the Supreme Court's Miranda
decision (holding that subjects have a right to remain silent and have a
lawyer present during questioning) is unnecessary: "You don't have many
suspects who are innocent of a crime.  That's contradictory.  If a person
is innocent of a crime, then he is not a suspect."
                -- U.S. News and World Report, 10/14/85
Linux Law:  30 of 202

Be frank and explicit with your lawyer ... it is his business to confuse
the issue afterwards.
Linux Law:  31 of 202

Behold the warranty -- the bold print giveth and the fine print taketh away.
Linux Law:  32 of 202

Being a miner, as soon as you're too old and tired and sick and stupid to
do your job properly, you have to go, where the very opposite applies with
the judges.
                -- Beyond the Fringe
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