Splendid. . . . Pokes irreverent fun at everyone in the court system. . . . Lee Lorenz' fine illustrative cartoons add laughs to this madness. -- Chicago Tribune
Rodney R. Jones is a practicing attorney in Medocino, California.
Perennially on the “Best Lawyers in America” list, Charles M. Sevilla has a private law practice in San Diego. He is the author of Wilkes on Trial and Wilkes: His Life and Crimes and a columnist for Forum.
Gerald F. Uelmen is a professor at the University of Santa Clara Law School. Jones and Uelmen have edited a companion volume, Supreme Folly, also available in Norton paperback.
Unless you are one of those examples used in the book, then I feel for you. Then I laugh at you.Published 17 months ago by Jeffrey J. Gilbeaux
This is a very funny book with which I was already well familiar when ordering this replacement copy (someone borrowed mine. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Hippoclides
Was surprised at the amount of cursing and sexually explicit jokes all throughout the book. Overall, didn't find the book that interesting.Published 23 months ago by Cliff Harder
This book has a laugh on every page. It is hard to believe that people could be so dumb or so careless about the use of the language.Published on August 13, 2013 by Brenda Knickerbocker
This book is funny, especially to anyone who's ever had to deal with the public's IQ. It really could use an update, though.Published on June 25, 2013 by Dragonfly
funny. I wish that that people who represent us in court were a little more careful of what they say.Published on January 5, 2013 by Maiggie