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“We ain’t read about you lately, Cat,” Carl Lee said,

“It’s been three years since my last trial. Tax evasion. Feds spent three weeks putting’ on proof, and the jury stayed out twenty-seven minutes and returned with the two most precious words in the Afro-English language – ‘Not guilty’.”

Cobb’s new lawyer stood purposefully. He cleared his throat and removed his horn-rimmed, academic, go-to-hell reading glasses. “May it please the court, Your Honor, my name is Peter K. Bernard. I am from Memphis, and I have been retained by Mr. Cobb to represent him – “

“Do you have a license to practice in Mississippi?” interrupted Bullard.

Bernard was caught off-guard. “Well, uh, not exactly, Your Honor.”

“I see. When you say ‘not exactly’, do you mean something other than no?”   

 

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- : The law became his life. With no family, he became a workaholic. Fifteen hours a day, seven days a week, Lucien practiced law with a passion. He had no other interests, except alcohol. In the late sixties he noticed an affinity for Jack Daniels. By the early seventies he was a drunk, and when he hired Jake in 1978 he was a full-fledged alcoholic. But he never let booze interfere with his work; he learned to drink and work at the same time. Lucien was always half drunk, and he was a dangerous lawyer in that condition. ()

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"I have had occasion to remark, at various periods of my life, that the deaths of those whom we love, and indeed the contemplation of death generally, is more affecting in summer than in any other season of the year.  And the reasons are these three, I think: first, that the visible heavens in summer appear far higher, more distant, and (if such a solecism may be excused) more infinite; the clouds, by which chiefly the eye expounds the distance of the blue pavilion stretched over our heads, are in summer more voluminous, massed and accumulated in far grander and more towering piles.  Secondly, the light and the appearances of the declining and the setting sun are much more fitted to be types and characters of the Infinite.  And thirdly (which is the main reason), the exuberant and riotous prodigality of life naturally forces the mind more powerfully upon the antagonist thought of death, and the wintry sterility of the grave.  For it may be observed generally, that wherever two thoughts stand related to each other by a law of antagonism, and exist, as it were, by mutual repulsion, they are apt to suggest each other.  On these accounts it is that I find it
impossible to banish the thought of death when I am walking alone in the endless days of summer; and any particular death, if not more affecting,
at least haunts my mind more obstinately and besiegingly in that season. Perhaps this cause, and a slight incident which I omit, might have been
the immediate occasions of the following dream, to which, however, a predisposition must always have existed in my mind; but having been once
roused it never left me, and split into a thousand fantastic varieties, which often suddenly reunited, and composed again the original dream" (c)


 


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“Guilt, therefore, I do not acknowledge; and if I did, it is possible that I might still resolve on the present act of confession in consideration of the service which I may thereby render to the whole class of opium-eaters. But who are they? Reader, I am sorry to say a very numerous class indeed. Of this I became convinced some years ago by computing at that time the number of those in one small class of English society (the class of men distinguished for talents, or of eminent station) who were known to me, directly or indirectly, as opium-eaters; such, for instance, as the eloquent and benevolent ---, the late Dean of ---, Lord ---, Mr. --- the philosopher, a late Under-Secretary of State (who described to me the sensation which first drove him to the use of opium in the very same words as the Dean of ---, viz., "that he felt as though rats were gnawing and abrading the coats of his stomach")”.


 


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