09 April, 2009

The Epitome of a Lady Lawyer


The lady lawyer approached the jury box and began an eloquent plea for her client: 'Ladies and gentlemen of the jury, I want to tell you about this man. There's so much to say that is good: he never beat his mother; he was always kind to little children; he never did a dishonest thing in his life; he has always lived by the golden rule; he is a model of everything decent, forthright, and honest. Everyone loves him and. . . '


Her client leaned over to a friend and said, 'How do you like that lawyer? I pay her good dough to defend me, and she's telling the jury about some other guy.'

2 comments:

Blogger Rise said...

interesting story :)

PinkLady said...

i'm glad you like it :)