Lawyers aren’t exactly a loosey-goosey bunch when it comes to making mistakes. Sometimes they even intentionally blow small mistakes out of proportion in order to prevent goofs down the line. So what do you do when someone makes a pretty egregious mistake on the cover of a state legal guidebook? Well, as a tipster suggests, maybe “klil” yourself.

Barring such drastic measures, we recommend making jokes instead. Click thru to see the photo for our latest caption contest….

A legal publisher in New Jersey might need to “pracitce” its spelling, in addition to brushing up on Federal Rules of Procedure:

Same rules as always: submit possible captions in the comments. Please try to be funny. We’ll choose our favorites — with preference given to those with a legal bent — and then let you vote for the best one.

Please submit your entries by SUNDAY, OCTOBER 14, at 11:59 PM (Eastern time). Thanks!


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