April 2, 2009

PHILOSOPHICAL MUSINGS IN COURT

Filed under: Uncategorized — Murray @ 8:36 pm

i’m sitting in court and hear this exchange. “Well Mr. so & so if you want to go )pro per (be your own lawyer)you’ll be going up against someone who has been to college and then law school and is a tremendously experienced prosecutor. Do you think you can handle that?” “Yes your honor.” “Well Mr. so & so – do you even know if the crime you are charged with committing, manslaughter is a general intent or specific intent crime?” Mr. So & So waits a long time. I’m thinking. I don’t know the answer. I don’t think the judge knows the answer – in fact God doesn’t know the answer because nobody knows the answer. That’s my position.

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