we do not demand of the officers the level of scholarship and
sophistication associated with those who possess an LL.M in real property law from the
University of Miami; (or from sesquipedalian Judges) but neither do we permit them to display a struthious and willful blindness. ( notice the subtle use of the royal "we" that we write our blog with?)
For those of you who care, "struthious" means "of relating to an Ostrich and related birds".
There must be an easier, wiser, more judicious way of saying that the police cannot put their heads in the sand.
So there you have it, in all its glory, Volume 1, pages 3-19 (pages 1-2 are comprised of his initial practice order issued January 1, 2011, at 12:01 am) of the collected Wit and Wisdom of Judge Milton Hirsch. Much more to follow as we cannot get enough of this stuff. It's what makes bored bloggers sit up and smile.
For now we leave you and the Judge with this thought from our beloved Bard who we assure you we were quoting when the Judge was knee high to a police officer spouting argot: