Laws and regulations these days must be exact. Everything has to be detailed; there is no room for assumption or too many gray areas. Drinking alcohol has been regulated for years, and common sense plays an important role.
You mustn’t drink and drive, which means you don’t drink before driving either. You don’t drink when on duty, meaning you don’t arrive on duty after you’ve had a drink or two, thinking it would make the day look a bit better.
Being on probation can be hectic sometimes (we assume,) feeling there is always an eye watching you. After reading this, we understand why there's a probation period, and those convicted need some cooling time.
We suggest adding an appendix to every court order, asking to empty the pockets before arriving at court.
Under the Mask
Another perfect example to show how today's attorneys base their profession on Law & Order episodes. They feel that if they play the role of the cool, sophisticated, and handsome lawyer, they will reach success.
I wonder what the witness was thinking during those moments. He must have felt that the accused person was not the stupidest one in the room. Was that extra question really necessary?
Divorce cases always leave a bitter taste. One of the sides seems to carry a need for revenge, just waiting for the day they can pull out their Ace.
This fellow should have made sure his ex at least joins him in his smoking session the previous night if he was planning on framing her. No brains, no worries.
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.