Bad Investment

JOKE OF THE WEEK, 26 Nov 2012

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Shultz, a lawyer, bribed a man on the jury to hold out for a charge of manslaughter, as opposed to the charge of 1st degree murder which was brought by the prosecution.

The jury was out for nearly a week before they returned to court with the manslaughter verdict.

When Shultz paid the juror, he asked him if it had been hard to persuade the other jurors to get the charge of manslaughter.

“Sure did,” the juror replied, “all the others wanted to acquit him.”

 

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