Thoughts and comments?
Mr Markus and Rumpole both won their picks yesterday bringing their season totals to 5-3-1 for the Fed and 7-2 for Rumpole. Otherwise it was a down day for us, as we went 1-2 for a season total of 19-14-1 and taking 350 from our season total of 1660 leave us with 1250 to play with.
One final note from election day: The good people of Oklahoma voted last Tuesday to ban state courts from relying on Sharia (Islamic ) Law.
Rumpole notes: Now there are dozens of appellate briefs that will have to be re-written. and thank goodness the people of Oklahoma can still rely on their courts to use Soviet Law, Chinese Law, National Socialist Law, New Zealand Law, or any other law those idiots didn't put in the law.
This was obviously a straw man used to bring conservative voters to the polls in Oklahoma. They should be ashamed of themselves. Now back to our brief before the 3rd and how do you cite to Ayatollah Khomeini? Is is capitalized and underlined?
Leyritz DUI Trial: Here's the Sun Sentinel's Tonya Alanez on the Broward DUI Manslaughter trial. The prosecution has made several mistakes, and the trial has been the talk of the courthouse in Broward.
We are truly puzzled by an occurrence in the trial and perhaps our readers can help: Judge Marc Gold had previously ruled pretrial that the decedent's level of intoxication was irrelevant. It's a ruling we disagreed with, but so be it. How then- and we are serious about this- does Bogenschutz ask those questions during cross examination? As an officer of the court is he not required to abide by the pre-trial rulings? Now as it turns out the prosecution completely dropped the ball by not objecting, and the testimony came in. But what gave Bogenschutz the right to ask the question? Was it asked so as to preserve error? Or was he required to do that pre-trial? It has really been bothering us because it has worked out well for the defense and we're pretty sure we would not have done it.
See You In Court.