Attorney Misconduct, Jury Duty, Legal Ethics, Quote of the Day

Words Jurors Are Too Dumb To Hear In Public Include ‘Guilty,’ ‘Not Guilty,’ And ‘Innocent’

Judge Ito? Have some of my burrito!

None of what happened in this unusual case would ever have occurred if this law clerk had done his job of minding the jury with proper care, away from the hustle and bustle of a busy downtown diner.

F. Anthony Lubkin, an attorney who was jailed for contempt of court for five days after saying the words “guilty,” “not guilty,” and “innocent” in the presence of an impaneled jury in a murder case he was not associated with. The Michigan Court of Appeals later vacated the contempt order.

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