Tuesday, July 2, 2013

Richmond Law School Brings Desperation for Applicants to New Low

I'm at a loss for words for how to describe this plea for people to apply to the Richmond Law School.   It reminds me of when older white people try to communicate some issue to the younger generation and feel they need to write and perform a rap song to do it.   The result is always embarrassing.

Thanks to the blog Above the Law which picked up on this story.


guy77money said...

Off the subject but do you think Wyser knows anything? Just posted on WRTV website

INDIANAPOLIS - A former Marion County deputy prosecutor is scheduled to formally plead guilty to accepting a bribe after agreeing to tell federal prosecutors everything he knows about public corruption in Indianapolis.

A plea hearing for 53-year-old David Wyser was set for Tuesday afternoon before U.S. District Judge Sarah Evans Barker.

Wyser could face up to 10 years in prison if Barker accepts the May 13 agreement. Prosecutors recommend his sentence be reduced due to his cooperation, but Barker is not bound by the recommendation.

Wyser was the top deputy prosecutor under former Marion County Prosecutor Carl Brizzi. Prosecutors allege he accepted a $2,500 bribe in 2009 to reduce the 70-year sentence of a prisoner convicted of murder and conspiracy to commit murder. The money allegedly came from the prisoner's father

Cato said...

That string fairly reflects the writing ability of most lawyers.

Paul K. Ogden said...

Guy, I'm sure Wyser knows a lot. He was Brizzi's right hand man.