9 thoughts on “Motions

  1. ‘Motions’ reminds me that many years back I was giving evidence in the criminal courts. The accused (bonkers chap) decided he would defend himself. His cross-examination was interesting as each time he wanted to ask himself a question he left the dock, strolled to where the barristers sit, asked said question, then went back to the dock to reply. The Judge gave him a custodial sentence for contempt of court, over and above the sentence for his crime. (True, by the way).

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