Why don’t they put a blackboard in every courtroom, with a list of high words no one understands except for lawyers and judges?
Next to each word, there would be a short definition and even a small example for those finding it hard to understand. This will make life easier (and safer) for everyone.
Raise Your Arm Up in the Air
Here is a typical example of how people waste public money and occupy expensive courtrooms. These rooms could be used for serious cases.
Maybe the lawyers should start examining their clients before even taking the case. Or maybe, just instruct them that if they are going to lie, the least they can do is lie properly.
This reminded us of an incident we came across, of someone reporting to the police his car being stolen, forgetting to mention that the car was full of illegal substances at the time it was taken.
People (especially mothers) always think that their kids are untouchable. That they would never do anything wrong. That McDonald's employee must have got things wrong, and the money that was intended to be stolen was going to charity later on that day. A real 21st Robin Hood classic case.
This could be a great scene in a daily sitcom when no one knows who the murderer is or a really bad scene on a police drama show when the policeman turns out to be really dumb for not reading the writing on the wall.
This guy basically gave the police an unsolved crime on a silver tray. These officers came back to the police station like two peacocks,
Service Cats to the Rescue
Exes of all kinds will go as far as the eye can see in the name of revenge. We have come across couples having joint custody over dogs, but cats? Who shares cats?
No one thought they were actually service animals. What service can a cat provide? Can a cat assist in crossing the road? We would love to see that.