March 08, 2019
February 03, 2019
Hey, Phoenix Wright seems like a bumbling fool to everyone at first, too!
Start drafting your appeal now, Linus.
Not sure Snoopy is very Perry Mason.
His hair looks like a middle-aged comb-over.
Snoopy came up with an appropriate quote this time. But I didn’t think this comic was so political.
You need legal brains, not beagle brains to work for you, Linus!
Snoopy may have gone to the Michael Avenatti school of law …
not exactly inspired by your choice of lawyer, Linus?
And that’s why human attorneys don’t exist in the Peanuts world.
With everything going on in D.C. nowadays, we should be experiencing a lawyer shortage. Demand is exceeding supply.
But he can be paid in nummies and tummy rubs!
Not too familiar with the Rules of Evidence, are we, Snoopy? Evidence is routinely suppressed at trial because it’s legally inadmissible for one reason or another under the Rules of Evidence, and juries are expressly instructed not to speculate as to why a certain piece of evidence might have been expressed!
By this time, in the life of the strip, Linus’ penmanship had improved somewhat. Before, he used block lettering.
A very timely adage!
From the John Peter Zenger trial which established Freedom of the Press in the US.
The Great Pumpkin comes in three days!
A most timely legal quote.
I hope he was retained on a contingency.
Good morning to you, good morning to you!Good morning, good morning, oh how do you do?We’re all in our places with bright, smiling faces!Good morning, good morning to you!
That third panel directly explains what’s going on in a certain portion of the USA.
A prophetic strip for Mr. Schultz in 1972… and again 47 years later.
Actually, that’s a darn good quote – maybe not applicable in this case, but a darn good quote nontheless.
I could never be a lawyer. I’m crappy at memorizing pithy quotes.