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Corroboration, Cowobboration

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April 23, 2003, 14:38
jws
Corroboration, Cowobboration
Why can't -- I won't say EVERYONE -- but why can't at least 50% of the population say the word "corroboration"?
April 23, 2003, 15:04
Gordon LeMaire
I bwame on an ovew exposuwe to Ewmer Fudd and Bawbaw Wawtews. Cool
April 23, 2003, 15:18
DPB
Supposably, it has to do with flouridation.
April 23, 2003, 15:39
Stephanie Stephens
Maybe they should all be placed on deferred ajudification. ;-)
April 23, 2003, 18:33
Frank Lacy
What is it with this forum - you ax a simple question....
April 23, 2003, 21:58
Martin Peterson
Mizrus Starnes what have you started?
April 23, 2003, 22:37
enk
I and my colleagues read a lot of student prose. Trying to hard to right write offen affects their work negatively.

At lease they all use spell chuckers!
April 24, 2003, 11:20
Greg
Deferred ajudifimacation, or so I was once informed by a defendant who wanted some of that deferred ajudifimacation.

Hope that helps.
April 24, 2003, 13:11
DPB
Don't worry, Jane, it all gets straightened out at the arrangement docket.
April 24, 2003, 13:12
jws
I even had a trial with an attorney who, not only said "cowobborate" for "corroborate", but when she tried to say "collaborate", she'd say "co-WAB-bo-WATE."
April 24, 2003, 14:08
Tuck
Must be the same defense attorney that objected in my trial that the State had "vibrated his clients rights.....prophylactically speaking"
April 24, 2003, 14:29
DPB
We had an attorney objecting that the prosecutor's argument was duplicious. (I think that's like getting two desserts. Two scoops of ice cream is duplicious.)
April 25, 2003, 09:41
J Ansolabehere
This entire thread definitely is worthy of being sent to Judge Buchmyer!

Janette Ansolabehere
April 25, 2003, 09:56
Robert S. DuBoise
My favorite still has to be the at least one police report I get a year on a sex case where the investigator reports the victim was touched in the "gentile" area.
April 25, 2003, 10:27
Scott Brumley
And then there's the officer up here who, in an ever-so-helpful nudge to the reviewing prosecutor, noted that the suspect at the scene made a "rejestized" statement. I'm glad I didn't really pay any attention during law school, since we weren't taught the proper terminology anyway. Wink
April 25, 2003, 11:17
JohnR
This is all 'cause of them nukeular powerplants.
April 25, 2003, 12:43
jws
I had an officer who testified that a defendant made a "raised chest up" statement. I also like the offense report that said the defendant kicked the officer in the "growing area." I certainly hope it wasn't growing after a kick!
April 25, 2003, 15:37
Greg
The somewhat (in)famous Houston defense Walter Pink (RIP), used to constantly amuse me by complaining about the "revalance" of the state's evidence. I once asked him if revalance was the same as relevance, and he said "If you don't know I'm not going to tell you." Bless his heart...
April 25, 2003, 17:01
Tuck
Twas the late, great Walter Pink's client whose right I "vibrated.�
April 25, 2003, 19:44
DPB
OK, Jane, see to what you have been reduced in John's absence? Is it any wonder he has taken to wearing pastels?