Tuesday, July 14, 2009
In my Professional Responsibility course, we spend a bit of time talking about "trial tactics." Here is a story that falls in that category. Prof. Jonathan Turley recently posted a comment on his blog on a case where an attorney filed a motion demanding that the court ordered opposing counsel to wear shoes without holes in court. The lawyer insisted that the shoes are cheap theatrics to play to the sympathies or jurors. The other lawyer replied that they are just cheap. For the full story go here.