Thursday, July 31, 2008

Crisis of faith

For those of you who are left peeking in on this blog and who may be wondering about my endeavors over the past month or so: I think I may have lost my faith in the entire judicial system. Lawyers,* judges, juries, the whole shebang. On the bright side, at least I get to act like a normal human being again. You know: sleep, eat, see family, etc.

*It is the height of hypocrisy for a lawyer who has charged a defendant with lying -- yes, accused someone else of lying -- to make misrepresentations to the court. I'm jus' sayin'.


Blogger Rev Dr Mom said...

Here's to normalcy :) And I hope you get some time to enjoy your family.

10:28 PM, July 31, 2008  
Blogger kenju said...

I hope your crisis will soon be over, but meantime, enjoy your family!

11:14 PM, July 31, 2008  
Blogger Songbird said...

Time to hug little boys, I'm thinkin'.
(Okay, grown man, too.)

11:48 PM, July 31, 2008  
Blogger Seeking Solace said...

Hugs to you. I know exactly where you're coming from.I think every lawyer goes through this. I know I did.

It helps to talk about it, do some self care, and hug those you love the most.

9:17 AM, August 01, 2008  
Blogger K said...

Sorry to hear that.

But mention anger and lawyer in the same post. Any chances a pregnant post will follow? In the spirit of the blog title and all. : )

5:06 PM, August 01, 2008  
Blogger Neel Mehta said...

Sounds like a few officers of the court need to get clotheslined by a certain Angry Linebacker.


In other news, did you see the new X-Files movie? Wasn't planning on writing a review, but I will if you're interested.

5:07 PM, August 01, 2008  
Blogger KathyR said...

That was kind of when I started mentally packing my bags and quitting the lawyer thing. When I realized that the only person in the room who was not lying was me.

It only bothered me really that my own clients would lie to me, to the jury, to themselves. It didn't surprise me when opponents or opposing counsel lied, but it sure pissed me off when my people would lie.

And they would. All the damned time.

Happy for you that it's over, for now.

6:22 PM, August 01, 2008  
Blogger Tom Bozzo said...

I'd found some time ago that there's life after losing one's faith in the Administrative Procedures Act. Living well may not be a frequent basis for operatic plots, but it is the best revenge.

7:05 PM, August 01, 2008  
Blogger liz said...

This calls for lunch at that place that we went that time.

12:29 AM, August 02, 2008  
Blogger Suburban Gorgon said...

Ah, there you are. Welcome back!

1:36 PM, August 02, 2008  
Blogger kathy a. said...

i hate when that happens.

6:09 PM, August 02, 2008  
Blogger Angry Pregnant Lawyer said...

Thanks for commiserating, all.

And K, bite your tongue.

10:05 PM, August 02, 2008  
Anonymous Kelly said...

The lawyers who really scare me are the ones who pretend to love it all of the time. Good will come of this. It doesn't feel like it now, I'm sure, but it will.

9:25 AM, August 04, 2008  
Blogger ccw said...

Many hugs to you! Enjoy the time with your family.

3:56 PM, August 05, 2008  
Anonymous whymommy said...

Yeow-ch. But good on you for seeing it and saying something.

Surely others see it too?

5:09 PM, August 05, 2008  
Blogger A Voice of Sanity said...

You missed one: 'Expert witnesses' who just make crap up with no science at all.

11:04 PM, August 05, 2008  

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