Sunday, July 29, 2007

I'd leave that off your resume if I were you, Adam.


Great moments in right-wing, legal punditry:

Conrad trial update

Steve Skurka on the first two weeks:

Not a single witness at this trial has identified Conrad Black’s direct involvement during the currency of the period covered by the indictment. Not a single mention or a single word about his Lordship. Judging by the blaring headlines in the media, you might properly conclude that Conrad Black is losing this trial. Wrong. So far it’s a shutout for the prosecution.


Bingo.

Make sure you leave room on your schedule to attend law student Adam Daifallah's first felony case, when he tells his client, "Don't worry, I can read the jury like a book, we've got this one in the bag."

4 comments:

chris said...

Perhaps Daffy's angling for a job at Maclean's?
This brought a tear to my eye today.
"Tragically, he lost."
Oh....HAHAHAHAHAHAHA! Snorf!

F said...

I like this:

But when prosecutors in the U.S. can boast of conviction rates hovering around 95 per cent, it seems equally clear that defendants haven't a chance.

Uh, maybe because if you're actually guilty, even the most expensive lawyer in the country can't provide a viable defense?

E in MD said...

Uh, maybe because if you're actually guilty, even the most expensive lawyer in the country can't provide a viable defense?

By F, at 12:02 AM
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Two Words: Johnny Cochran

Prole said...

Ooops...well, that accounts for that other 5% then.

-Prole (aka F)