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In the Courtroom...

Discussion in 'The Lighter Side' started by FN64, Jul 29, 2007.

  1. The judge said to the criminal before the bench, "The last time you were here, I told you I didn't want to see you in my court again." The criminal said, "I know, your honor, I told the police that but they wouldn't listen."

    The judge was outraged when the jury rendered a "Not Guilty" verdict. He asked, "What possible excuse can you have for freeing this defendant?" The jury foreman said, "Insanity, your honor." The judge asked, "ALL 12 of you?"

    A street person was up before the judge for stealing a pair of shoes. The judge asked, "Weren't you before me a year or so ago on the same charge?" The thief said, "Yes, your honor. How long do you expect a pair of shoes to last?"

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