This happened a year ago this month. Some readers said they enjoyed it.
I was in court today, waiting in the courtroom with my client for the 2:00 p.m. docket. The judge had not yet emerged to “take the bench” as they say.
Apparently, my client was nervous, or had a lunch that wasn’t sitting right, or a combination. Regardless of the cause, the result was gastric turbulence. My client loudly expelled gas. Use your imagination based on your own life experiences.
The sound reverberated throughout the somber, heretofore quiet, room. It was noticed by all therein.
Since the judge was not yet in the courtroom, I, as an officer of the court by virtue of my admission to the bar, stepped in, and declared, as I have heard judges pound their gavels and say, “Order in the Court!”
I did not have a gavel, but my words rang out clearly because the room was uncomfortably silent. All present heard my authoritative voice use…
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