Thursday, October 26, 2006

Prosecutors are People, Too


Blogger Poverty Lawyer 1 said...

How funny. I wonder why the woman wasn't arrested. Isn't what she did just as illegal?

10/26/2006 8:38 PM  
Blogger Gritsforbreakfast said...

That's mean! And really funny. And mean. But funnier than mean. But also, obviously in this case, deserved! Prosecutors are definitely people too. ;)

What's your sense? Are area PDs also getting any at the Seahawks games?

10/27/2006 1:50 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You know, if it were anyone else, it would just be kinky sex. It just goes to show you how prosecutors are persecuted. ;-p

10/28/2006 8:57 AM  
Blogger 123txpublicdefender123 said...

Grits, this particular PD has not had such luck at a Seahawks game, but that might be because I haven't gone to one. I've been wondering since I moved here where I could meet some good guys. I don't know why the women's restroom at a sports stadium did not cross my mind!

10/29/2006 9:59 AM  
Anonymous Gideon said...

I went to a halloween party dressed as a prosecutor. I should have enacted this situation - as a costume, of course!

Maybe not...

10/30/2006 7:04 PM  
Blogger 123txpublicdefender123 said...

Please elaborate on your costume? How exactly does one dress as a prosecutor? White hat?

10/31/2006 8:41 AM  
Anonymous Childress said...

Apparently the woman was not arrested because the charged crime was for his being in the women's room, not the sex, and of course she was OK to be there. My take on the case, over at Legal Profession Blog, was based more on the fear that Dick Wolf would try to make this one of his "ripped from the headlines" Law & Order episodes, and my imagined fears of that ran wild...particularly as to Fred Dalton Thompson.

11/23/2006 3:13 PM  

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