Wednesday, July 20, 2016

Things I learned while a Federal Disctict Court Judge law clerk

1.  F.B.I. Agents have NO sense of humor, but D.E.A. Agents like to have fun.

2. Unbiased judges do not exist.


Tom Fox, J. D.
Southern Specialty Law Publishing Company
Louisville, Kentucky

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a Kentucky Non-profit corporation

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  1. Lol. That's a hell of a lesson. One of the most interesting lesson I learned was from the head of the Department of Justice, Eric Holder, after stating prosecution of too big to fail bank criminals wasn't an option for the fear it could ruin our economy. Possibly the worlds.

    Lesson: Our economy is solely dependent on crime.


    1. It's a wicked world we live in full of wicked people. If the desire for peace, goodwill and honesty were ever to exceed the desire for war, lawyers would be out of work. Just think of all the employment crime provides. It's good for business.