A Fish Story

Posted Tuesday, June 22, 2010, at 6:49 AM
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  • How could you be so dim as to post your clients information (whether public or private) on a newspaper comment section? Are you naive or just plain dim? One vote lost. At least the other guy wouldn't be so stupid. If you foul up so badly at the barest levels then what kind of tomfoolery would you bring to our Prosecutors office? I don't need a man coming to our County as an elected official and making a fool of himself and our County too. Drop out and keep some of your pride.

    -- Posted by Village_Id10t on Fri, Jun 25, 2010, at 11:34 AM
  • Dear Village Idiot,

    I have always believed that it is the obligation of an attorney to follow the instructions of his client after the client has been advised of the possible consequences. I did as my client instructed.

    -- Posted by Charles Hear on Fri, Jun 25, 2010, at 1:55 PM
  • Post Script:

    All of my clients are innocent until proven guilty. She is accused of a crime, but asserts her innocence. It is my position that the State will not be able to prove their case. The evidence will eventually tell.

    -- Posted by Charles Hear on Fri, Jun 25, 2010, at 2:16 PM
  • Be it all well and good, it is also your job to be the wiser of the two between you and your client. Wisdom prevailing, you would know better than to put this issue out in the public eye for now not only do you look unethical and a bit dim, but should you fail in court and your client be proven guilty, you have embarrassed yourself and her for many years to come. Some would say it is best to follow the old line of: Better for people to think you a fool then to open up your mouth and remove all doubt. Just a thought for you.

    -- Posted by Village_Id10t on Fri, Jun 25, 2010, at 8:31 PM
  • Dear Village Idiot: Your name is very appropriate!

    -- Posted by Hodgepodge on Tue, Jun 29, 2010, at 9:16 AM
  • What in the world does any of this have to do with "A Fish Story"?

    -- Posted by riconeal on Mon, Aug 9, 2010, at 1:41 PM
  • Tomfoolery: foolish or silly behavior? Similar to an Idiot in a Village full of tomfoolery. The other guy IS that stupid, not to mention lazy. How about a drug dealer caught red handed with a pound of pot, an ounce of magic shrooms, and two different types of pills(not his), only 200 feet from a school getting one year of house arrest. I know what your thinking, they probably didn't have enough evidence? They also had this guy on video/audio with THREE different controlled buys. That is foolishness in it's purity. What the heck does any of this have to do with the fish story? Or maybe Village Idiot works in the prosecutors office? Wouldn't that be something?

    -- Posted by sandman442 on Tue, Aug 10, 2010, at 2:03 PM
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