Tag Archives: courts and courtrooms

“In God We Trust”

That inclusive “we” doesn’t include me. I’ve always been bugged by that nonsensical sentence invoking mythology as a superpower in courtrooms, inscribed as it is high on the wall above the judge’s bench in every courtroom I’ve ever been in. … Continue reading

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How not to behave in court: another lesson from a celeb

I have previously dropped words into your ears about how foolishly celebrities can behave during legal procedures. But wow, celebs are really dumb! Damon Dash shows up late for trial, harasses reporters and shouts at judge – NY Daily News. … Continue reading

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Going to court: an amusing incident

Even before I became a plaintiff, I loved going to court, into courthouses and courtrooms. Since I’m without church, without bible, I’ve long regarded courthouses as better-than-holy places where I can honor and contemplate the Constitution in its profound complexity. … Continue reading

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