Herman by Jim Unger


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  1. rshive

    rshive said, over 3 years ago

    He can buy you a nice hideout if you break out.

  2. nazzofoggenmach

    nazzofoggenmach said, over 3 years ago

    hope you told him i really don’t need a “bighouse”.

  3. Jo Clear (aka: Grasshopper)

    Jo Clear (aka: Grasshopper) GoComics PRO Member said, over 3 years ago

    Lawyer, hmphhhh…he is the one that should be in jail…hate lawyers and squirrels…both rodants….

  4. PICTO

    PICTO said, over 3 years ago

    Cozy 6′ × 10′. Two beds and a 1/2 bath complete this hard to leave beauty. Close to showers and recreational areas.

  5. AussieDownUnder

    AussieDownUnder said, over 3 years ago


    You forgot big Bubba for those special one on one moments.

  6. Richard

    Richard GoComics PRO Member said, over 3 years ago

    @Jo Clear (aka: Grasshopper)

    You say that till you need one. I seen to many non-lawyers try to defend themselves. It is sad. You may hate them but they know the system better than you.

  7. Jungfrau

    Jungfrau said, over 3 years ago

    YETHSIR ! Ambulance Chasers can wear MANY, MANY hats to be sure !!!

  8. Richard

    Richard GoComics PRO Member said, over 3 years ago

    Well said prfesser. Well said.
    I being a police officer and well skilled in court testimony (I have studied and learned my "enemy’s ways) have had more fun fencing with them. Around and around we would go. I had one attorney ask the same question 10 times each time changing just one word and I pointed that out each time he did it. He finally threw up his hands “No further questions”. He saw me later after the trial (which his client lost of course, I am good at what I do, no stone left unturned) and we went out to lunch.
    I would tell young Troops starting out "You know you have it made when the Defense attorney asks the client “who stopped you?” and your name is given and the attorney says “Lets plead this one out, you can’t win this.” You as a Troop have now made the big time.

  9. Linguist

    Linguist said, over 3 years ago


    In my “copper” days, I had been ‘schooled’ on the arts of written arrest reports and deposition. I, unlike many of my contemporaries, never looked at the defense attorney as an adversary, but rather ( with a few exceptions ) the person who kept my skills sharp. Quite frankly, I found a lot of ADA’s and DA’s overworked and/or lazy. My battles ( behind the scenes ) were with the plea dealers.
    Since most of my arrests were, especially. in the early days when I worked narcotics interdiction, major crime cases, and the object of the game was not to have to testify in open court, if at all possible, my associates and myself became quite adapt in court procedure.
    Later, when I worked Juvenile, rarely, even as the arresting officer, did I find myself in an adversarial position with the prosecution or the defense – the Judge was often, in my day, a different story !
    Parenthetically, I was once called up for jury duty on a trial where I was the arresting officer and chief witness for the prosecution. Boy, did the judge and the lawyers have fun with that one !

  10. Jo Clear (aka: Grasshopper)

    Jo Clear (aka: Grasshopper) GoComics PRO Member said, over 3 years ago


    Not if you had one steal all of your money you wouldn’t…

  11. route66paul

    route66paul said, over 3 years ago

    No wonder a policeman would recognize the way the same question got asked over and over – that is how the police question suspects.

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