by Gregory Luce on December 4, 2012 in Comics
An illustrated guide to the ancient art of using karate-style objections at trial.
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Gregory Luce is a current staff writer and the former editor of Bitter Lawyer as well as the resident futurist of Big Legal Brain. Except when he is paid handsomely, his views and opinions are almost always his own.
Good job, however, “badgering” is not a legal objection, except on TV. The correct objection for badgering is “argumentative.”
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