Block on Trump's Asylum Ban Upheld by Supreme Court
Happy 2015. We have many thing to be thankful as the new year begins, not the least of which is this: We didn't make this list.
Last year, we talked about the biggest legal fools of 2013 on social media, and fortunately for our industry's sake, we're going to have to expand that a bit to all of the fools: criminals, pornographers, stabbers, and photoshoppers.
Here are four lawyers who really wish 2014 didn't happen:
Why was this disciplinary ruling so damn entertaining? It wasn't the court's writing -- that was merely "meh." Even the conduct at issue -- putting photoshopped pictures of an attorney with celebrities on her website -- wasn't the best part.
No, it was the sheer ludicrosity of Svitlana Sangary's defense to the ethics investigation and case. Her philosophies were so deep that we wrote a follow-up post about life lessons learned from Svitlana. Remember the proverb about life, lemons, and lemonade?
"And, such lemonade tastes great. it may have blood, sweat, and tears in it, but it is so enjoyable. The more challenges, the more lemons -- the more lemonade!"
This was less about the lawyer and more about the fact that he appeared in an otherwise unremarkable commercial for a gubernatorial candidate. But we're just saying: If you're practicing law, a side career starring in erotic horror films is probably a bad idea.
Ever get frustrated with an employer? We all have. The correct response to being let go from a law firm isn't heading to the senior partner's house and tormenting him and his wife at knifepoint for hours -- the path allegedly chosen by Alecia and Andrew Schmuhl, a husband-and-wife pair of attorneys, after she was let go from Bean, Kinney, and Korman P.C.
Talk about a bench-slapping. When a judge became frustrated with a public defender's attitude, he challenged him to fisticuffs in the hallway. The best part? It's all on tape. The other best part? Judge John "Dred" Murphy returned to the bench after winning the fight.
Who is your favorite fool of 2014? Tweet us @FindLawLP.
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