The Law Offices of Rufinus and Rufinus are delighted to announce that Mr. Martin Rufinus, Esq., has been reinstated to the bar again, and will therefore not be forced to reveal which prominent local judge he happened to see sharing an intimate dinner for two with a known cabaret singer at the Common Plea.
The corporate-law firm of Rippin, Bingley, and Pratt announces that, for the entire month of December, all attorneys on the second through thirty-seventh floors of the Rippin, Bingley, and Pratt Building will be on sale for 10% off the regular hourly rate.
As the holiday season approaches, won’t you consider giving generously to the Public Defenders’ Legal Defense Fund? Your donation may be all that stands between an indigent public defender and a Thanksgiving spent in jail for contempt of court.
Be it known that the honorable Judge Melvin Rattle of Superior Court does hereby and herewith inform the metropolitan legal community that the word “balderdash” will no longer be tolerated in his courtroom, and this means you, Pratt.
WHAT DO YOU GIVE THE CAD WHO HAS EVERYTHING?