02 October 2005

Shocked! Shocked, I am. Blonde Justice isn't paying for her clients' bonds out of her own pocket.

That's cold.

6 comments:

Michael D. Pratt said...

Oh dear.

I don't know about where the lawyer comes from, but where here in Kentucky, lawyers aren't allowed to fill bonds under the state rules of ethics. I know, because I was unaware of this fact, late one night in a state park when a fellow public defender got himself arrested for public intoxication.

Ken Lammers said...

Same here in Virginia. That doesn't stop a number of my clients from asking me to "lend" them the money.

I was just pulling Blonde Justice's leg a little.

Blonde Justice said...

I actually really like that client too. Just not $5K worth of liking, you know?

Especially when, this morning, I couldn't even afford to pick up my own dry cleaning and I was desperate for something to wear, so I ended up going to the dry cleaner in my pajamas and asking if they'd take a check and hold it until the end of the week, and he ended up just saying, "Miss Justice, Free this time." Yeah, maybe if that happened, I don't know, FIVE HUNDRED MORE TIMES, I could afford her bail.

Windypundit said...

Hey Blondie, like I keep telling Lammers, if you're going to tell these kinds of sob stories, you should put a tip jar on your site. I was moved by your plight to buy you a couple loads of laundry...but the urge has passed now.

Mark Jakubik said...

I thought that FEMA gave all of Blonde Justice's clients debit cards. ;-0

Mark Jakubik said...

I thought that FEMA gave all of Blonde Justice's clients debit cards. ;-0