Courts have super powers — they slow time.

A ruling’s a breeze when there’s someone to please.

Everyone lies in court, but not everyone stands up and admits it.

A criminal case should not be decided on race.

Injustice runs, justice crawls and the people wait.

Getting a job, swinging a deal or winning a court case — it’s all about who you  know.

The courts are not about justice; they are about conflict resolution.

A client is a person seeking a ruling, an attorney a person who knows the rules.

The meeting outside the courtroom is the one that decides the case.

An emotional judge and a broken railroad track have this in common; there is going to be a train wreck.

In court, the rich defeat the poor by outlasting them.

If you give me a judge, I owe you a ship.


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