I told you all lawyers are worthless. After all it takes won (sic)
to know one. Former V-P Dan Quayle
Lawyers are just like physicians: what one says, the other
contradicts. Sholom Aleichem
The only persons in whom ignorance of the law is not punished.
One skilled in the circumvention of the law. Ambrose Bierce
A learned gentleman who rescues your estate from your enemies and
keeps it himself. Henry Brougham
One who defends you at the risk of your pocketbook, reputation and
life. Eugene E. Brussell
A chimney-sweeper who has no objection to dirty work, because it is
his trade. Charles Caleb Colton
The only civil delinquents whose judges must of necessity be chosen
from (amongst) themselves. Charles Caleb Colton
By laws dark by-ways he has stored his mind with wicked knowledge on
how to cheat mankind. George Crabbe
One whose opinion is worth nothing unless paid for. English Proverb
Those who lie, conceal and distort everything and slander everybody.
Where there is a rift in the lute, the business of the lawyer is to
widen the rift and gather the loot. Arthur G. Hays
Those who earn a living by the sweat of their brow-beating. James G.
It is the trade of lawyers to question everything, yield nothing, and
to talk by the hour. Thomas Jefferson
I think we may class the lawyer in the natural history of monsters.
He is no lawyer who cannot take two sides. Charles Lamb
Those who use the law as shoemakers use leather; rubbing it, pressing
it, and stretching it with their teeth, all to the end of making it
fit their purposes. Louis XII
One who protects us against robbery by taking away the temptation.
Henry Louis Mencken
People whose profession it is to disguise matters. Thomas More
Perilous mouths. William Shakespeare
Those whose interests and abilities lie in perverting, confounding
and eluding the law. Jonathan Swift.
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