Lawyers And Clients: Peas In Pods; Hands In Gloves (March 22, 2021)

. . .

K          “You tell me the name of a person’s lawyer and I will tell you about the person. The Rho is .97.

J          “You tell me the name of the person and I will tell you about the person’s lawyer. The Rho is .97.

. . .

J          “97 percent of all persons have no moral compunctions about lying or their lawyer lying on their behalf.  What does that say about lawyers?”

K          “What does that say about 97 percent of all persons?”

. . .

K          “Pea in pod.”

J          “Hand in glove.”

. . .

[See the conversation more than eight years ago between the “Lawyer” and the “Client” in the e-commentary at “Assigning Blame: The Lawyers: 50 Percent; The Non-Lawyer Public: 50 Percent; The Judges: 100 Percent (December 3, 2012)” and the e-commentary more than fifteen years ago on perjury – the backbone of the American legal system – at “Perjury, The American Way (February 20, 2006)”.]

Bumper sticker of the week:

Where are the judges?

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