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Law License Plates: The Verdict Is In

Based on the number of submissions we’ve received — please don’t be offended if yours doesn’t make the cut — it seems you’re enjoying our Law License Plates series. Our last post on law-related vanity license plates was a little over a week ago, but we’re always looking for more photos. You can send them via email (subject line: “Vanity License Plate”).

Today, we’ll be writing about lawyers who spend so much time in the courtroom that they’ve decided to slap a verdict on their license plates — literally. And from the looks of it, these litigators’ verdicts have resulted in some pretty big monetary payouts. Unfortunately, it looks like only one of them could afford the “i”….

A tipster reports that this lawyerly license plate was seen on the Belt Parkway in New York:

Aww, it’s a “VERD1CT,” not a “VERDICT.” Either way, the driver of this Bimmer must be the envy of St. John’s Law — because hey, apparently he’s got a job, and it pays well enough to put a 328i on the road. Apologies to Team Strauss/Anziska, but it looks as though they’ll be down at least one potential plaintiff in the future.

Next up, we’ve got another moneymaker, this time from Alabama:

Ahh, behold the subtle elegance of what looks to be a soft-top Jaguar XKR. The only reason this driver’s got a red neck is because he’s been carting around town in a pretty pricey convertible. If only their football team’s tide rolled as hard as this lawyer’s bank account, it’d be in better shape for the 2012 season.

Readers, what do you think of these luxurious law-mobiles? Let us know in the comments. We also encourage you to continue to send us other amusing law-related license plates by email. Thanks!

Earlier: Prior ATL coverage of vanity license plates

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