It must be great to have an ability to practice law in a real court room environment. It becomes dangerous to others if that ability which provides confidence becomes blurred to reality. Let’s face it by the time a clients reach the court their the only ones in a strange environment. I’ve written this to question a point. Regarding a certain power or over confidence that perhaps attorneys should require annual mental examinations regarding their perception related to education. The need to clarify assertions of reality. I would further say that when you go to court after being arrested on serious charges placed in jail its good that your old neighbors from Mississippi who were now our new neighbors in Louisiana came to our aid. They signed a property bond which was set at $40,000 for both Jane and myself. It was kind of them, they just kept saying they knew we did nothing wrong. They live about a mile down hill from our place. They were around their home when the cloud came through. They claim the cloud drifted just over the top of the trees at their place. And looking from their place that put the cloud running directly to our mobile home. After making bond and returning for a hearing it was good to have to matter dismissed if that’s what this was. Actually it went like this. There seem to be two forces at work here on some second guessing the D.A. was quite rude at first and some gentleman called him over for a little chat and when he returned he said we could go. Alright I’m on the spot here I sure don’t trust anyone at this point. Could be a trick. The threats, arrests and bond were real. But we had witnesses and besides he said there was no record showing anything had happened.
Which brings me back to moot court. The law is suppose to apply to everyone, correct? I could be mistaken but it appears to me that the only thing resembling law regarding our claims is as though they are unreal to the point of justice as a case in moot court, yet, abundantly rewarding in a way no moot court could.