NOW SEE HERE, JUDGE! by Dick Hyman

NOW SEE HERE, JUDGE!

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Daze in court. Example: ""In Pontiac, Michigan when a defendant showed up to fight a damage suit Without a lawyer, the judge decided to defend him, presented his arguments then ruled that his client had lost the case. Funny excerpts from wacky wills to daffy divorces not to mention places where it's illegal to fall asleep under a hairdryer, sleep in a dog kennel, kiss anyone if you're wearing a moustache, gossip about your neighbors, slurp your soup or smoke a cigarette in the kitchen of your home. And the law knows its own mind, take these dizzy decisions: ""Love matches exist only in the imagination of novelists""... ""A Chinaman is an Indian."" A gift for the defendant.

Pub Date: Sept. 26th, 1967
Publisher: Hawthorn