When future attorneys study the secrets of law, we assume they are given a lesson or two on human behavior and human intelligence. But amidst all those heavy legal documents, perhaps some of them missed out on a few facts, some being, the simple facts of life.
This attorney wasn’t able to tell the difference between present simple, present progressive, past present, and past simple. Plainly being simple.
All Around the Kids
We wonder if this attorney was the prosecutor or the defense attorney. What exactly are they aiming at? So the parent doesn't remember the exact age of the son. So they got confused with who is who and which is which—big deal.
The judge of this trial will surely understand and agree that when you have children, even if they are around you for a short period of time, it can sometimes feel that they are there all the time. Constantly. Without giving space.
Nose for Dinner
Not every accusation has to carry with it visual proof. Not every story must have tangible elements for completing the plot and convicting a crook.
In this specific case. We are not sure that a bitten-off nose in someone's mouth is sufficient for a final accusation. In today's world, there are many culinary behaviors that are not always easy to swallow.
Herbal medicines these days can refer to many types of plants and herbs. Basically, a cannabis plant can be confused with a flat-leaf parsley bush or a coriander and rosemary duo pot.
In this case, the accused messed up his defense by simply giving himself away. Always consult with your lawyer before running your mouth off.
Pick Up The Phone
Luckily, this was a child involved. If it were an adult, he would have known that all it would have taken is someone to call the number.
One thing is for sure; you have to know who you're representing. Maybe every child (or person) accused of theft should have to pass a polygraph test. That would certainly simplify things.