Wednesday, January 23, 2008

Jackass Chicago Lawyer to Leave the Country

The scumbag lawyer who keyed a Marine's car in Chicago showed up in court yesterday.

Grodner was late to court for the second time in the case. Grodner called Assistant State's Attorney Patrick Kelly, (Marine Corps/Vietnam 1969-1972), informing Kelly that he would be late to court.

"I don't run my courtroom that way!" responded Judge William O'Malley, ordering Grodner be arrested and held on $20,000 bail when he arrived. Finally, Grodner strolled in. A short man, wide, wearing a black fedora, dark glasses, a divorce lawyer dressed like some tough guy in the movies.

Judge O'Malley...was a police officer on the West Side during the riots before law school. And before that, he performed another public service. Judge O'Malley served in the U.S. Marine Corps from 1961-1964.


Grodner told me he'd describe himself as a "radical liberal" who's ready to leave Chicago now with all this negative publicity and move to the south of France and do some traveling

Save yourself a few bucks, Grodner. Make it a one-way ticket.

HT: ClayCramer


Unknown said...

Ohh Rah Devil Dogs!

Jeff Miller said...

Boy we didn't see that one coming :)

Anonymous said...

"Save yourself a few bucks, Grodner. Make it a one-way ticket."

Where do I donate?