Before we get to the fundraiser details, the great man has spoken and we need to pay attention.
Albert Krieger in court was a magical thing to observe. His voice boomed from the podium, filling the courtroom. Its rumbling bass made prosecutors tremble and witnesses crumble. Jurors nodded in agreement and vexatious judges were lost in the roar . So when Albert Krieger speaks, even by email,you had better listen. And here is what he wrote on the FACDL listserv about the appointment of Richard Hersch:
There is a fundraiser for the late David Paulus, an Assistant State Attorney who recently passed away after a courageous and lengthy battle with brain cancer. Mr. Paulus is survived by his wife and three children. If you know anything about health care circa 2012, you know that no matter how comprehensive the coverage, the portion of the bills not covered can be crippling, especially for a public servant. This is a worthy cause, please attend or donate.
Domino Effect - David Paulus 2012
Our final story is a crime drama. The perp wielded a machete. The victims kept their cool and handed over $1,000.00 in cash. Luckily no one was hurt. The victim? United States Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer, on vacation at his Nevis vacation home.
Maybe now he knows why eyewitness identification is so unreliable. One can hope.
See You In Court.