This is going to go great. Me, writing a courtroom drama, knowing nothing of law or lawyers.
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Strangely enough, for not having done any research on law & lawyers, you’re right on the nose when it comes to *some* judges & lawyers…
This is exactly what happens when you open up judge positions to general election without qualification. Some don’t even need to have graduated high school, or even middle school, let alone know anything about law.
Seriously, go find a old retirement community, move in, schmooze the elderly, and you to can be elected Justice of the Peace to rule with an iron mallet.
Welcome to Texas.
He forgot pink ponies.
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Tim,I suppose that the actual beliefs and practice of SBC churches on open communion are something that would need to be documented by further study.However, what I was really asking was, in the theoretical case of a belief or practice that was that of a majority of the churches, but which contradicted the wording of the BF&M, what do you think the best response should be?In theory, is the BF&M intended to set doctrine for the convention, or rather to reflect the doctrinal views of the churches that comprise the SBC?
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I wonder if tossing Good Girl’s halo over the Judge’s head would make things better or worse.
Worst. I am fairly sure that using a magical item to alter a persons behavior is illegal.
Frankly, you never know in this clusterf*** of a city XD
Might be some obscure precedent from “that one time the magic thingamabob that altered Lawyerman’s mind and that saved the city” or something ^_^
Latest when she has a call to action and the judge won’t let her go, she has enough precendent to just throw the Halo.
If he happens to rule against the Charge while wearing the Halo for another case, what can you do?
Technically in the real world we have the security system of having “a even higher judge” you can bring the case too.
Wich can say “was the Original Judge Batshit Crazy?” when swatting it down.
But who would want to get that much realism into a superhero setting?
That would be a profoundly bad idea. Yeah, it would turn the judge good; but then SHE would become bad good girl during the trial.
And Bad Good Girl wouldn’t lie her way through a court case in order to avoid negative consequences? I don’t think she wants to end up with a massive civil judgement against the two of them, any more than Good Girl does.
BGG is aggressive and slightly sadistic, with a bit of a mean streak. She isn’t a completely out-of-control psycho who will act against her own interests.
She isn’t against tormenting GG, as was demonstrated with that one bikini-fan-service arc, in which she allowed herself to get sunburned all to hell, since GG would be back at the helm by the time it started hurting. There’s apparently the necessary separation between the two that it wouldn’t hurt BGG so much, even if she had the memory of it. Being under a multi-million dollar judgement would effect the both of them, all the time, so BGG wouldn’t cause that to happen.
Let’s all note that this is “lifetime imprisonment” in a superhero city. We all know how long that actually means (spoiler: a few months at most).
Since they only sue Good Girl, she “dies” the moment her Halo runs out. They won’t reach a verdict against Bad Good Girl since she is clearly not infringing. The new good girl that forms afterwards is not liable for anything the previous incarnation did.
Wait, the lawyer actually has a scar?
Correction – the *blind* lawyer has a scar ;)
Correction of a correction, the *blind* lawyer has a scar ;) and is sitting down.
Well, as you know, the devil is in the details ;)
Correction – the Daredevil is in the details ;)
I think the judge is a supervillain.
Hmm, would be an interesting twist.
And I was just wonnreidg about that too!
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You fail law.
Even the blind lawyer can see that this opening is pure… male bovine dung.
So the judge is playing both parts, judge and accusatory? He’s this close to use his hammer like a certain Scandinavian god of thunder.
Well, the Judge was probably illegally appointed by the mayor.
Nah, Kurgh is a much better mayor than that. Maybe the previous guy?
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You mean the guy who brought us “crazy tax increases” upon us.
Well, sometimes taxes are necessary. In Kurgh’s defense, there really are alien invaders out there … you know, like Kurgh.
And the mayor needs a raise.
He’s probably on commission.
I’d think this was a plot by GG’s archnemesis if it wasn’t for the fact that she isn’t competent enough to have acquired one.
Maybe they can convince the judge to sentence the halo to life imprisonment since it’s what is causing the infringement and as BGG can easily testify, she never wanted the halo in the first place.
Of course, that would mean she’d have to stop being a LoSRH.
Wait a minute… is this guy a secret space alien that the “Space Alien Invasion Defense System” was supposed to stop?
Judge: I AM THE LAW!!!
…Welcome to the Cursed Earth.
Can’t wait to see him in costume then.
Please, cover his face with a judge Dredd helmet. It would be a serious improvement!
Seeing that big white mustache poking out from under the visor-guard would be epic!
Solution: Counter-sue the judge for judicial malpractice.
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