Cartoons: Laughed Right Out of Court

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A disheveled man appears before a judge in a courtroom.

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A single juror returns to the courtroom, to the shock of the judge, lawyers, and court recorder.
“The others haven’t made up their minds yet, but I have!”
Gregory Dalescu
November 25, 1939

 

A desperate client pleads to his lawyer on the witness stand.
“I’m afraid I need just a little more coaching.”
Salo Roth
November 18, 1944

 

An angry lawyer leans over to his client during a courtroom proceeding.
“Now, when I say, ‘The mere thought of crime makes my client recoil’ — you recoil.”
Al Mueller
October 27, 1951

 

A juror whispers to the person next to her as a smug defendant sits on the witness stand during a trial.
“If you ask me, I don’t think he can premeditate.”
J. Monahan
May 10, 1952

 

A injured person is being cross-examined by a lawyer during a trial.
“How fast were you walking when you ran into the bus?”
Chon Day
February 10, 1940

 

Frustrated lawyers speak to their despondent client as they leave the courtroom after a trial.
“Well, we have ten days to gloat over your devastating retort, Ericson!”
Colin Allen
January 13, 1945

 

A disheveled man appears before a judge in a courtroom.
“Why, no, judge, I’m not ashamed to be seen here so often. I’ve always thought of it as a respectable place.”
Glenn Bernhardt
December 1, 1951

 

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