This one made the rounds this week at the NAM, might have reached your workplace, too, was just too priceless to resist. If you love lawyers, this is probably not for you, but then if you loved lawyers, you probably wouldn’t be reading this blog.
This purports to be the partial transcript of a cross-examination of a policeman in a criminal case. We cannot vouch for its validity but we can attest to the fact that it’s funny. You see the lawyer try to undermine the police officer/witness’ testimony. The officer had relied on a fellow officer’s description of the suspect.
“Do you trust your fellow officers?,” asks the lawyer. And that’s where it gets interesting.
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