Annoying the Judge: Recent Examples of What Not to Do in Federal Court

Vol. 40 No. 5


Mary Dunnewold is a legal writing instructor at Hamline University School of Law.

Most judges are reasonable people, trying to do their jobs and solve the problems that come up in their courtrooms. But sometimes judges get pushed to the limit by attorney behavior that reflects a lack of attention to professionalism. Some interesting orders and opinions result.

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