Judging a crook by…

Former court clerk, Dick Robinson, told the Irish Examiner the following story.

During lunchbreak he heard the judge say to the defending solicitor.

I’m watching your client there beside you and I must say that his demeanour suggests guilt to me.

Judge, the solicitor said; the man beside me is my apprentice, the defendant is at the back of the room.

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