Saturday, October 23, 2010

A window into plea negotiations

This is how it works.

For real. (And for those who asked, I did indeed make the film, using free software.)

(And for the commenter who mentioned it, here's the YouTube link. Embed away.)


12 comments:

  1. That was hysterical!

    I suspected that was how it was done...

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  2. An acronym won't do it justice - I laughed my ass off!

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  3. it's sad how realistic that was.

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  4. That is so, so, SO funny!
    Great job.

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  5. Loving it! You should put this on Youtube. That way people can link/embed it. Could really turn into a viral hit!

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  6. You did that yourself, huh? I am sooooo relieved that the defense attorney doesn't look anything like me. LOL

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  7. I'm a criminal defense lawyer in Tallahassee, FL. Someone turned me on to your video about the aspiring law student interviewing the practicing attorney, and I hurt myself laughing so hard. This is equally as funny. You have really captured the reality of what it means to practice law sometimes. Thanks for taking your valuable time to lighten our day with quality humor.

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  8. Don, believe me I looked for someone who resembled you, but none of the avatars were that handsome. ;)

    Anon: I'm very glad you enjoyed it - though I can't take credit for the movie about the aspiring law student, that was actually done by an attorney friend of mine on the East coast.

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  9. That was funny and painfully realistic.

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  10. I like this one http://www.xtranormal.com/watch/7669477/

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