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tales from the courthouse: the elfin defendant

From a motion for summary judgment that came across my desk today:

[Plaintiff] claims [co-defendant]chased her around the banquet hall, occasionally wearing a cape and an elf hat.

[Co-defendant] also laid his head on [the plaintiff's] breasts and mumbled something inaudible.

Maybe he thought he found the two towers?


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This is FUNNY...now I want to see this trial on CourtTV.

Now why don't I get cases like this?

Let's hope she didn't see the return of the (little) King.