People v. State

fairly undermining public confidence in the administration of justice

What Would Jesus Do?

May 13, 2012 By: John Kindley Category: Uncategorized

He evidently wouldn’t be a lawyer, as suggested by the fact that he wasn’t one, although he did dabble successfully in pro bono capital defense. Rather, despite family connections that presumably would have allowed him to be anything he wanted to be, and despite his profound grasp of the law, he chose to earn his daily bread by carpentry.

Tucker Max wouldn’t have been a lawyer either.

Nor would Tony Serra.

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