One Hand Clapping

The Petty Stuff Can All Add Up

, The Connecticut Law Tribune

I was standing on line in a courthouse the other day, waiting for my turn through the metal detector. These waits never really bother me. Courthouses can be violent places. I appreciate the job done by judicial marshals to protect my back. But then someone waltzed by. The marshals said hello. The metal detector bleeped and belched. But no one stopped the walker. It turns out that he worked at the courthouse, in the public defender's office.

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