Monthly Archives: July 2013

Well for many of you this could be the 2nd or 3rd day of the Bar Exam, perhaps you already convinced yourself you failed and decided to drive to Tijuana. If so, kudos to you. For the rest of you, don’t fret, there is still time to turn it around.


From the French Riviera comes news that a lone jewel thief made off with $136 million in diamond-encrusted watches and gems from the Riviera's Carlton Hotel (setting for the film "To Catch a Thief" with Cary Grant and Grace Kelly). Authorities suspect the Pink Panther jewel thieves. So, if you see one of these guys:     Call this guy:   In the meantime, don't forget -- we're performing at Poconuts in Pennsylvania's Pocono Mountains on August 10 at 9 ... [click here to read more]
The National Law Journal reported this week that the First Circuit upheld a man’s conviction for soiling a single-occupancy public bathroom in a courthouse in Portland, Maine. The offending individual had received a seven-day sentence from the lower court for leaving a nasty gift which covered three-quarters of the bathroom floor and required the custodian to dispose of his clothing as bio-hazardous waste after cleaning up the mess. The appellant, Mr. Strong (odor) argued through his attorney ... [click here to read more]


Don’t be one of these guys!

The BBC reported yesterday that England's Prime Minister, David Cameron, is taking away their porn:   "Most households in the UK will have pornography blocked by their internet provider unless they choose to receive it, David Cameron has announced. In addition, the prime minister said possessing online pornography depicting rape would become illegal in England and Wales - in line with Scotland. Mr Cameron warned in a speech that access to online pornography was "corroding childhood"."   I ... [click here to read more]
  A rabbi in Mamaroneck, New York was arrested  this week for the third time  for impersonating a police officer by stopping and flashing a badge at slow-moving drivers.—Jewish Week In the latest twist on an already fascinating story, it was discovered that the rabbi, who has been stopping slow-travelling commuters  is, in fact,  a police officer...who also happens to be a rabbi. This has caused some confusion as the rabbi wears his yarmulke and prayer shawl when pulling over confused ... [click here to read more]
Whether it's George Zimmerman or the Texas abortion bill, sometimes people disagree on something I think we should all be unanimous on. It's frustrating but that's the way our democracy works, for better or worse...However, sometimes, there's just plain old scams happening, I think I found one cause that every single American can get behind, except for maybe a couple of hundred CEO's that have been swindling the rest of us. It's called 162(m) of the IRS tax code and it's getting used to get us to ... [click here to read more]


We (or some of us) at Comedians at Law are fans of the Zombie genre. So we were wondering what it would be like if zombies took over the Supreme Court.  We're wondering what you think.  Write us with your ideas of a 250-500 word Zombie Supreme Court short story. Here's something to get you started: "It was the First Monday in October . . ." (here's a short zombie lawyer video to get you inspired and in the right frame of mind -- Walker Z, Zombie Lawyer Video )   Meantime, ... [click here to read more]
  The verdict is in. Not guilty. Jury deliberations are held in secret, but as we all know, the walls have ears. And tape recorders. Here is an exclusive Comedians at Law transcript of the complete jury deliberations:   -God, this coffee is awful! -You have to use a lot of milk and sugar. -I take it black….like my men. Haha! -Who has the Avon catalogue? -I tried that Skin So Soft, but I still got bitten up by mosquitoes. -Who’s the forelady again? Oh you? Wait, ... [click here to read more]

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