Disorder in the Court: Great Fractured Moments in Courtroom HistoryPaperback
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- Publisher: WW Norton & Co
- Format: Paperback | 256 pages
- Dimensions: 138mm x 208mm x 18mm | 320g
- Publication date: 17 August 1999
- Publication City/Country: New York
- ISBN 10: 0393319288
- ISBN 13: 9780393319286
- Edition statement: Reprint
- Illustrations note: b&w illustrations
- Sales rank: 28,322
Sit back and enjoy a collection of verbatim exchanges from the halls of justice, where defendants and plaintiffs, lawyers and witnesses, juries and judges, collide to produce memorably insane comedy. A: You mumbled on the first part of that and I couldn't understand what you were saying. Could you repeat the question? Q: I mumbled, did I? Well, we'll just ask the court reporter to read back what I said. She didn't indicate any problem understanding what I said, so obviously she understood every word. We'll just have her read my question back and find out if there was any mumbling going on. Madam reporter, would you be so kind? Court Reporter: Mumble, mumble, mumble, mumble, mumble.
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Perennially on the "Best Lawyers in America" list, Charles M. Sevilla has a private law practice in San Diego. He is the author of Wilkes on Trial and Wilkes: His Life and Crimes and a columnist for Forum.
Court legalese, often combined with malapropisms and slips of the tongue in exchanges between judges, lawyers, plaintiffs, defendants and eccentric jurors, is gleefully quoted here Readers will undoubtedly cull their own favorites from this irreverent sampling of 'justice' in action. "