But then, the powers that be, didn't get to be a power that be, without being....well, you get our point.
So anyway, on Monday they unveiled a bust of Richard E Gerstein in the lobby of the courthouse. Considering this comes some twenty years or so after the courthouse was named the Richard E Gerstein Justice Building, our response is : WELL DONE- you're three years ahead of schedule.
Note: El Chapo cafe opening has been pushed back to February, 2022. Apparently there's an ice maker not working correctly and the tables and chairs came wrapped in plastic, causing workers and managers alike to wonder "what on earth do we do now?"
Anyway, back to the REG Bust. It naturally was unveiled by....Burt Young, legendary....divorce lawyer. Why Burt Young legendary Miami divorce lawyer you may ask? Because Melvin Belli, king of torts was unavailable. (Actually Belli passed away in 1996, but that didn't stop the powers that be from inquiring as to his availability. Remember- these are the powers that be.)
Anyway, we now have a bust of Richard E Gerstein in the Richard E Gerstein courthouse.
|Bust of Legendary Prosecutor Richard E Gerstein with legendary divorce lawyer Burt Young|
We don't have a cafeteria. But we have a bust.
See you in court.
COMING TOMORROW: Two criminal defense attorneys battle it out in civil court; otherwise known as "strangers in a strange land", by the Captain.