VOIR DIRE: No Soup For You

The National Law Journal


A Texas lawyer fumes when his "Saturday Special" arrives without soup. And Jones Day's Noel Francisco slips when he calls Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg "Justice O'Connor."

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  • Darren McKinney, American Tort Reform Association, Washington, D.C.

    Dwain Downing, the free soup-seeking parasite in Texas, should be found in contempt and ordered to spend a week in jail for willfully squandering precious taxpayer-provided court resources and harassing a small business with his preposterous preening. And he should probably consider a week in jail a bargain since there may be at least a few folks in the Lone Star State who‘d argue for the death penalty.

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