Your Honor, I Object

Your Honor, I Object

 

By Elton Camp



Lawyer Louie caters to a special clientele

Only those who are rich and guilty as hell

And, in exchange for his exorbitant fee,

Louie will make sure that they’re set free



He will use ever trick, but never go so far

That the ABA might take action to disbar

All of the prosecution’s witnesses he’ll try

To show they’re incompetent or telling a lie



When the District Attorney starts to close in,

Then Louie will “Your honor I object” begin

He objects to someone able to establish a fact

And from his client’s reputation dare detract



Louie finally found a judge as tough as nails

Who is determined to see that justice prevails

A man who, by such tactics cannot be fooled

Will speaks up and say, “Objection overruled”


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Louie only accepts clients who are guilty and wealthy.
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