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Wastebin Abuse

By on September 13, 2011 in Janitorial, Legal Filing with 0 Comments
Wastebin Abuse

A defendant in Texas has poured scorn on the justice system by urinating into a courtroom wastebin. Seventeen-year-old Corey Darnell Webb, standing trial for shooting a police officer during an attempted escape from a youth detention centre, relieved himself shortly after the jury had left the courtroom in Tyler, Texas. The action left Judge Kerry […]

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Justice More Lenient After Lunch

By on April 30, 2011 in Legal Filing with 0 Comments
Justice More Lenient After Lunch

The quality of judges’ decision-making varies throughout the day, a recent study has suggested The authors looked at over 1,000 parole cases dealt by eight Israeli judges over 10 months and found that parole was far more likely to be granted at certain times of the day and of each session than others. In particular, […]

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Boston Legal (Cat Version)

By on January 21, 2011 in Legal Filing with 0 Comments
Boston Legal (Cat Version)

Sal Esposito: A cat A Boston cat has been called up for jury service. Couple Anna and Guy Esposito received a jury duty summons for their cat, Sal, after they had listed him as a resident on the 2010 Census. Sal is unsuitable for jury service because he is a cat. It is doubtful whether […]

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