Wednesday, April 18, 2012


Here's a recent opinion where a judge takes an attorney to task for being unprepared and for lackluster legal work.

Summary Quote:  This was the lowest moment in attorney representation the court has ever

Here's some more.

You know, no one is comfortable during these types of hearings.  Even just sitting in the gallery, you feel like ducking just in case there is some shrapnel.  Now, of course, I wasn't anywhere near Nevada to be part of this case, but it is still painful to read.

1 comment:

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