March 21, 2006
Judging By His Handwriting
Very funny story from the Smoking Gun:
"It seems that there is a serious penmanship problem with lawyers filing documents in Mississippi's Eighth Circuit Court. So much so that the presiding judge there issued an order warning attorneys that the court clerk would now reject pleadings and motions containing illegible signatures. The judicial order, filed February 3, will be enforced by clerks in four Mississippi counties: Leake, Neshoba, Newton, and Scott. Now here's the funny part: We defy you to make out the signature of the judge who issued the handwriting order."
Check out the order...and some other funny filings.
Ron Jones, University of Cincinnati Law Library
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