Lowering the Bar – Legal Humor. Seriously. By Kevin Underhill.

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  • 1 year

    Last Salem Witch Finally Cleared

    According to Courthouse News Service, the budget bill signed Thursday by Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker contained a provision exonerating Elizabeth Johnson, Jr., who was convicted of witchcraft 329 years ago. Johnson was convicted during the notorious...

  • 1 year

    Assorted Stupidity #151

    If, like me and the judge presiding over this case, you didn’t know the phrase “See you next Tuesday” may be considered very insulting when directed at a woman, now you do. (It involves the acronym for that phrase, kind of. You’ll figure it out.) And...

  • 1 year

    Good Reason to Kill #77: Summoned Bigfoot to Kill You First

    I haven’t done one of these in a while—almost three years, in fact. See “Good Reason to Kill #76a: Mystery Clown (or, Clown Mystery)” (Aug. 1, 2019). Instead of speculating about why, I’ll just say that until now, I had seen no cases in which a defendant...

  • 2 years

    Court Holds That Practicing Law From a Jail Cell May Violate Some Ethics Rules

    It may violate the Rules of Professional Conduct to run a law practice from your jail cell, or so the Oklahoma Supreme Court has concluded.
    Jay Silvernail’s license was probably already in jeopardy following his 2019 conviction for shooting a guy in a parking lot. He wasn’t practicing law at the time, but the court decided his “choice to deliberately bring a loaded firearm” to “what had...

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