Thursday, April 13, 2006

Actual jury instruction given by a judge

Now, I have nothing to do with the fact that there may be some ambiguity in [UCC section] 2-306. If there is ambiguity, well, that is too bad. This is the law that the legislature has adopted. With due respect to all these great judges that [Defendant's counsel] has cited and these great academic lawyers he has called to my attention, well, good, they have a lot of time to mull over these problems.

4 comments:

JoannaHobbit said...

Hi!! It's good to see the ol' site up and running. Mel I like that first post.
(in case anyone is wondering how on earth I got to this - I'm at home for a week...)

fritter always!!

J

Becca said...

Woah! It's like a ghost appearance! Good to see ya, Joanna!

mel said...

Wow, I think the site just received its official blessing or something. It has a new aura about it now that it's received a "ghost post." :) (Ok, "ghost comment," but that doesn't rhyme.)

Monica said...

Spooky.

:-)

Welcome back to the blogosphere. We missed you and can't wait to have you back for good.