April 12, 2005

Watch what you blog

If you're planning to commit a crime, don't brag about it in your blog. (State v. Velardi (N.C. App. Apr. 5, 2005), via InternetCases.com)

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

A Challenge to Make to Every one of the One Million Lawyers you know or you meet...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=toX9t39tQaA

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The lawyers, paralegals, law students and laymen and laywomen here are each and individually challenged to ask any lawyer they meet to be a professional

and respond forthrightly to the statements and question set forth at the above post!!!

None here will, but you all know some lawyers and should try to see if one of them cares to defend a profession which is seldom believed to be honorable,

and the quoted passage from a court ruling in the highest court of one of the larger states of our nation indicts our country and its current federal government as well as all lawyers who also stand mute and passive to it.

Bar View said...

"None here will, but you all know some lawyers and should try to see if one of them cares to defend a profession which is seldom believed to be honorable..."

My office conducts its legal practice with the very highest ethical standards as to do the colleagues with whom we work. It's like any other profession: there are good ones and bad ones.