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Rank: Ace Attorney
Joined: Mon Oct 07, 2013 12:22 pm
One of my schoolbooks mentioned legal skepticism and how they think a judge who wants to hand down a certain verdict will find a way to interpret the law in a way that allows them to construct a reason for the desired verdict: "Jerome Frank once said, that it matters more what the judge had for breakfast than what the law says".
It made me think about this piece of dialogue from AJ:
Why I remember exactly what I
ate the morning of the crime!
Made worse considering the exact quote is apparently "Justice is what the judge at for breakfast". Please refrain from eating the defense... (I wonder whether this was actually a coincidence or if it was an intentional reference)
(......Ack! I've run out of snide comments!)