THE FIRST THING WE DO, LET’S KILL ALL THE LAWYERS

  • THE FIRST THING WE DO, LET’S KILL ALL THE LAWYERS

    January 10, 2018

    THE FIRST THING WE DO, LET’S KILL ALL THE LAWYERS

    It’s not what you think

    People will say, Shakespeare said this. He did not. He wrote it for a character named Dick the Butcher. Not sure you want to emulate someone named Dick the Butcher.

    Dick the Butcher was a follower of the rebel Jack Cade, who thought that if he disturbed law and order, he could become king. Shakespeare meant it as a compliment to attorneys and judges who instill justice, and thus order, in society.

    A few lines later, Cade orders a man hung because he can write & sign his name, Cade having said that once he did seal (sign and applied his Seal to, like a notary today), and was annoyed he was held to that signing, top the thing he promised to do.

    So before you repeat with glee Dick the Butcher’s cry, think you’re going to call if you get a ticket you did not deserve, or are accused of a crime you did not commit, or are injured by a drunk driver, or by someone running a red light while talking on a cell phone.

    Mr. Chase has practiced Personal Injury Law in Mercer County since 1979, and handles all types of Person Injury cases, including automobile accidents, slip and falls, motorcycle crashes, and medical malpractice cases. Initial consultation is always free.