Big thank you,
to everyone who sent in names of titles of movies and programs that portray attorneys in ethical scenarios.
Your suggestions are going to save me so much time!
…and they were all English, nice plus.
I’ve been going through the old Netflix queue and deleting all the foreign subtitled programs.
I know this either makes me look xenophobic or uncultured, but it’s just the reading I can’t handle.
After reading through all the cases, and I finally have some time to unwind the last thing I want to do is read my way through a program.
I know. I know. I’m that guy.
But that’s just how it has be for now.
I get that same feeling you might get when you’ve been handed a case that stands for a very important proposition. You’ve been told straight out that there’s gold in those words that will help you in court.
But then they leave it up to you to read through the 20 plus odd pages to find this nugget.
“Jeez, dude. Couldn’t you have circled the highlights?”
That’s what you’re thinking, but you can’t say that.
You don’t want to sound unappreciative. But the feeling of dread is nonetheless still there.
That’s how I’ve been feeling lately when a Netflix program starts, and I realize it has subtitles.
No way man, I’m out.
I read cases not movies.
Anyway, if you feel this same way about the case law, then you need to subscribe to Premium Nuggets instanter.
There, I give you the guts of the most important cases in an audio report (in English) – absolutely no reading required.
Subscribe now, and I’ll enter your name in a drawing to win a copy of my Jurybook. This is a 3 ring binder I created to help me prepare for jury trials.
It also calmed me down just knowing I had cases in there for different kinds of trial emergencies.
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Samuel Partida, Jr.