The Campaign For DA

4.05.2016

Random Tuesday Morning Thoughts




  • Hey, now.
  • There can, and often will be, a driver's license suspension after a DWI. You can fight it, but it is very hard to win. In the past, the hearings for Wise County arrests used to be in Fort Worth. Now they are in Denton. But "the government"actually called me if I thought the change was appropriate. I said yes. (My friends in the Fort Worth office acted like they would miss me.)
  • The greatest part yesterday, for my first hearing there, was when I was roaming around the fourth floor of the Denton County Courthouse looking for the right room and a DPS Trooper directed me as to where to go. (I later pointed out to the judge about his kindness.)
  • I hate new routines. I am a man of routines.
  • Cruz will win Wisconsin. 100% guarantee. But that doesn't mean Trump won't win in the end.
  • There's a foundation repair ad on The Ticket which says that their fee is low that "their lawyer" won't let them say it. STAY AWAY! The dishonesty is shocking. 
  • The end of the NCAA Championship game last night will be remembered for years.
  • "SOUTHLAKE  - Juan Jesus Guerrero Chapa, the lawyer fatally shot in Southlake in 2013, acted as the 'de facto head' of a Mexican drug cartel, was running 'a large criminal enterprise,' attorneys for one of the men charged in Guerrero’s death allege in a new court filing."
  • I got my annual letter from the Texas State Bar that read "Urgent. Official Ballot Enclosed" for the election of the President of the State Bar of Texas. Dear State Bar: Whomever is elected has no power and I don't care. There is nothing "Urgent" about it.
  • I have never seen "One Shining Moment" at the end of the game. I move on.
  • It is confusing that men's NCAA games are the only one which doesn't have quarters. 





16 comments:

Anonymous said...

"It is confusing that men's NCAA games are the only one which doesn't have quarters."

Yes Barrister two halves instead of four quarters is really confusing. Hear's your sign.

David Hooper said...

I could hardly focus on the RT's. RTG is perfect!

Anonymous said...

Trump may have the most delegates at the end, but if it is not 1237, he can kiss his ass goodbye.

He has alienated so many Conservatives, he will never get the majority of convention votes. Also, he cannot beat hilly, unless she is in prison.



Book it.

Anonymous said...

The end of the game will be remembered for years? Nope. Who won the championship last year? Who won two years ago and where was the game played? Have we remembered "for years" the same dramatic ending just a couple of years ago? Nope.

Anonymous said...

But your honor...I simply MUST be allowed to drive. I need my car, I need my job...who cares if a few people have to die along the way because I drink too much? It's not fair to me. Death is fair to others, inconvenience is not fair to me. That's how I roll.

Anonymous said...

RTG from yesterday was better

Anonymous said...

John McAfee for President

Anonymous said...

Some men's NCAA games are played in innings also. It depends on the sport, really.

Anonymous said...

Last week a local Decatur lady pleads in a case in which she stole over a million from her former employer and gets 70 months in a requested facility close by. Today in the update a lady pleads on 240k and gets 10 years...why ?

Anonymous said...

Please get out a sheet of paper, a Wise County phone directory (if those still exist), and then pick the ten or twenty people that get the privilege of a random, horrible, sudden death in the next year or two because it's important that repeat offending drunk drivers be allowed to continue to drive.

Bear said...

No Comments posted at 5:29 pm. Pretty slow day for the LL Blog.

Anonymous said...

I cry double fake tears on the days when you have to actually work instead of nursing your baby blog.

Sniff.....

Double Fake War Chief Joseph Medicine Crow

Marissa said...

The FW office will miss you!

jon spencer said...

NCAA Hockey has three periods.

Anonymous said...

3:03

Federal vs. State
Different prosecutors!!!
Different defense attorney!!!

Also, 70 months in Fed is going to be a lot longer in prison time than the 10 years in the State pen.

Anonymous said...

For what it's worth, I agree completely.