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November 30, 2011


Miami's Federal Jail Overrun With Strippers Posing As Paralegals

(Thanks to Matt Filar)


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This has got to be better than paralegals posing as strippers.


I could use some attorney-client privilege here.

I'm not going to believe this without any photographic evidence, Your Honor!

Any word on male strippers posing as paralegals for the women prisoners? If so, are there any pictures?

NTTAWWT, of course.

So they came to jail without their briefs?

They put the "pair" in paralegal.

One "discovery room" normally used to discuss trial strategy was recently closed, they say, after guards caught an inmate and a paralegal "discovering" more than legal documents.

The process of discovery can be very stressful. But afterwards, you feel great and are very relaxed. That is how Horatio Cane does it, isn't it?

I'll bet most of them are also barelylegals.

It's better than have paralegals pretending to be strippers.

That's why it's called doing hard time.

A woman is crying bitterly when her husband walks in.
"What's wrong? he demands.
"You. That's what's wrong. You've been in jail again!
What have I done that I'm not enough for you, anymore?"
"Honey," he pleads "she's a paralegal. I swear!"
The wife sobs.

So the paralegal said "Where is the bar, tender?"

Now that's what I call pro bono.

"They take off their tops and let the guys touch them," veteran defense attorney Hugo Rodriguez says.

Isn't that part of the second amendment - the right to bare breasts?

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