Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Curious. for Lawyers

Here's the meat of the article.

Lawyers are trying to remove state Supreme Court Justice Michael Gableman from a case over when police can place tracking devices on cars without search warrants, the Associated Press reports.

That brings to eight the number of cases where Gableman has been targeted for removal by criminal defense attorneys.

When you click on the link to the AP article, you find:

Lawyers for a man convicted of stalking ...

What's missing? The NAMES of the "lawyers." Usually, criminal defense attorneys like very much to get their names in the papers. Free advertising, you know.

S'pose they're afraid of something? I mean, these bozos are so full of s&^% that their hair will be brown until they're 99 years old, and they're clowns, besides.

Reversing an election by making shit up....why NOT get your names in the paper?

1 comment:

Beer, Bicycles and the VRWC said...

They were so used to having the soft touch of Louis Butler, they can't stand the idea of Gableman.

Shakespeare was right. (Actually, it was a Shakespearean character from Henry VI, "Dick the Butcher" and in context....blah, blah, blah...)