The witness was not very pleased with the judge’s decision. And the judge twisted the question a little bit, giving the judge a ‘twist’. I appeal! Appeal! Still appeal! _πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚


I appeal! Appeal! Still appeal! ___

The plaintiff is an elderly woman. Once they start speaking, no one can stop them. It is their job to persuade the court to make a decision for them. Considering their age, the judge would try to calm them down as they began to say, ‘Catch me.’ When the case was finally decided, the decision was read out and the plaintiff’s case was dismissed.
Plaintiff listened in silence until the final sentence. When the judge closed the case, saying, β€œLet the case go to court,” the plaintiff, who had never heard of the case, returned to the main point of the complaint and started arguing again. The judge tried to reassure the plaintiff, but to no avail. If the judge’s patience had run out, he would have said, β€œThat’s enough! Mom! Nothing will change in this Court anymore. If they are upset, they can appeal. ”
The plaintiff then stood up and shouted, β€œAppeal! Appeal! I appeal! ” After laughing, the judge explained the appeals process and reassured them.

LEADING QUESTION

Leading question

Prosecution witnesses are being heard in the criminal case. One of the witnesses testified that the defendant had committed the crime himself and had witnessed it.
After the main question was over, the judge asked the defendant, “Do you have a cross-examination?” They asked.
The defendant said, β€œYes,” and asked the witness, β€œYou saw me when I did this.”
Witness — “Yes, I saw you”
Defendant: “Okay, what was I wearing at the time?”
Witness — “Jacket top and bottom trousers!”
Defendant — “What kind of jacket?”
Witness — “What other jacket do you have? The same hole is a brown jacket!”

The witness was not very pleased with the judge’s decision. And the judge twisted the question a little bit, giving the judge a ‘twist’.

The witness was not very pleased with the judge’s decision. And the judge twisted the question a little bit, giving the judge a ‘twist’.

Judge β€”β€” β€œWhat is your name?”
Witness β€”β€” β€œThey call me Mamush and Mamushet”
Judge β€”β€” β€œHow old are you?”
Witness β€”β€” β€œI Will Be Forty-Fifty”
Judge β€”β€” β€œWhere do you live?”
Witness β€”β€” β€œHere and There”
Judge β€”β€” β€œWhat are you doing?”
Witness β€”β€” β€œThis and That”
The Honorable Judge’s patience was running out. β€œSubmit it!” They gave orders. The witness, realizing that he was bound by his own tongue, said in shock: β€œWait! When will I leave? ” He asked.
Judge β€”β€” β€œSooner or later!”

αˆƒα‹­αˆ›αŠ–α‰΅ αŠ₯αŠ•α‹° αŒ¦αˆ­αŠα‰΅αŠ“ ሽα‰₯αˆ­α‰°αŠαŠα‰΅ α‰£αˆ‰α‰΅ α‹΅αˆ­αŒŠα‰Άα‰½ αˆ˜αŠ«αˆαˆ‰ αŠ₯αŠ•α‹²αˆαˆ α‰ αˆαŒ†α‰½ αˆ‹α‹­ α‹¨αˆšα‹°αˆ­αˆ°α‹αŠ• αŒ₯ቃቡ α‰ α‰Έαˆα‰³ αˆ˜αˆ˜αˆαŠ¨α‰± αŒΈαˆŽα‰°αŠ› α‹¨αˆ†αŠ‘ αˆ°α‹Žα‰½αˆ αŠ₯αŠ•αŠ³ β€œα‰ αŠ αˆαˆ‹αŠ­ αŠ αˆ‹αˆαŠ•αˆβ€ αŠ₯αŠ•α‹²αˆ‰ αŠ α‹΅αˆ­αŒ“α‰Έα‹‹αˆα’



αˆƒα‹­αˆ›αŠ–α‰΅ αŠ₯αŠ•α‹° αŒ¦αˆ­αŠα‰΅αŠ“ ሽα‰₯αˆ­α‰°αŠαŠα‰΅ α‰£αˆ‰α‰΅ α‹΅αˆ­αŒŠα‰Άα‰½ αˆ˜αŠ«αˆαˆ‰ αŠ₯αŠ•α‹²αˆαˆ α‰ αˆαŒ†α‰½ αˆ‹α‹­ α‹¨αˆšα‹°αˆ­αˆ°α‹αŠ• αŒ₯ቃቡ α‰ α‰Έαˆα‰³ αˆ˜αˆ˜αˆαŠ¨α‰± αŒΈαˆŽα‰°αŠ› α‹¨αˆ†αŠ‘ αˆ°α‹Žα‰½αˆ αŠ₯αŠ•αŠ³ β€œα‰ αŠ αˆαˆ‹αŠ­ αŠ αˆ‹αˆαŠ•αˆβ€ αŠ₯αŠ•α‹²αˆ‰ αŠ α‹΅αˆ­αŒ“α‰Έα‹‹αˆα’

Religion’s involvement in such things as war and terrorism, as well as its indifference to child abuse, have led many prayerful people to say, β€œI don’t believe in God.”