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"You're not in material breach, but you're not in full compliance, either."
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Moe's Fix-It Shop - No Heroic Measures
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"By breaking the seal on this dress, you accept the terms and conditions printed on my panties."
''How do you plead' is just a legal term.'
Four Boiler Plate Specials
'Oh darling, I want to spend the rest of my life with you! But please do not impute or infer any intentions from that comment.'
'Quid pro quo? It means the f*** is. we f*** them.'
"Judge Edelman is taking the chicken livers under advisement, Gertrude; I've decided in favor of the veal; and Judge Hefferman seems to be recusing himself."
'What you refer to as looky-looks is classified as insider trading.'
'A lawyer orders lunch.'
'Uh, your honor, I'd like this man declared an ostile-hay itness-way.'
'It's a thin line between love and contempt of court, your honor.'
'You're the lawyer who didn't know what a Mareva Injunction was.'
'Be on your toes in here, these two have a reputation of talking in circles.'
'Read the fine print, kid. This is a pro-bono case.'
Barrister uses legal speak to ask for two sugars in his tea.
'Can you rewrite this contract? There's actually a section in here that people can understand?'
Solicitor speaks legal jargon and has a translator who tells client: 'You haven't a hope!'
'Dad, when do I stop being a wholly owned subsidy of you and Mom?'
We don't have a 'reasonable doubt' rule up here!
"Well Adam, maybe next time you'll read the terms and conditions."
"Here in Scotland 'not proven' means 'guilty, but don't do it again'.'
Law Latin should be avoided