Wednesday, May 02, 2007

Hon. Snark T. Snarkerson

It's not good when the judge is inspired to go all free verse on you.

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Keystone Media International, LLC v. David B. Hancock
Order

BE IT REMEMBERED on the 25th day of April 2007 the Court reviewed the file in the above-styled cause, and specifically the defendant Hancock's Motion for Protection filed April 23, 2001, and after reading it a second time to make sure it was not a practical joke, the Court enters the following:

Stallions can drink water from a creek without a ripple;
The lawyers in this case must have a bottle with a nipple.

Babies learn to walk by scooting and falling;
These lawyers practice law by simply mauling

Each other and the judge, but this must end soon
(Maybe facing off with six shooters at noon?)

Surely lawyers who practice in federal court can take
A deposition with a judge's order, for goodness sake.

First, the arguments about taking the deposition at all,
And now this - establishing their experience to be small.

So, let me tell you both and be abundantly clear:
If you can't work this without me, I will be near.

There will be a hearing with pablum to eat
And a very cool cell where you can meet


AND WORK OUT YOUR INFANTILE PROBLEM WITH THE DEPOSITION.

IT IS ORDERED that the Motion to Dismiss is DISMISSED.

SIGNED this 25th day of April 2007

/s/Sam Sparks
UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE

2 comments:

roonie said...

No way!

arem said...

this is pretty good -- my civ. pro. prof. made us read a few decisions by judge kent which drip with sarcasm and atty insults. whoever said 'don't mess with texas' was right.