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To ask other readers questions about Disorder in the Court , please sign up. Be the first to ask a question about Disorder in the Court. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Not nearly as funny as the facebook post was. I am informed that Mr. Sevilla is ranked one of the best lawyers in America!see
Disorder in the Court: Great Fractured Moments in Courtroom History
He also has a good sense of humor I must admit. His collections of some of the most hillarious moments in court kept me laughing on my own like a mad man. Honestly, I bought this book for other reasons, but it turned out that it was meant for a different purpose all together. You should try it sometime!!!
Did u go to law school Great book have a couple lawyers in the family, good laughs. It is fun to watch the witness be brutally honest. Mar 05, Will rated it really liked it Recommended to Will by: More "great" moments in courtroom history. It is advised to read this book in a place where people will not try to save you from choking. Oct 17, Heather rated it it was ok. A good book for reading small sections at a time - funny in parts but I'm sure I would have enjoyed it more if I was a lawyer.
May 05, Amanda Lynn rated it really liked it. I'm actually looking into taking court reporter certification courses at my local community college now; that's how much I love this book! A quick read, that definitely helps combat boredom especially while taking public transit. Some sections were funnier than others.
However, based on the excerpts I saw while reading reviews prior to picking up a copy I was vaguely disappointed --it just wasn't the source of side-splitting laughter I was hoping for. That being said, different people have different views about what is humorous and I'd recommend a read to judge for yourself. There are still a number of scenarios sure to make you A quick read, that definitely helps combat boredom especially while taking public transit. There are still a number of scenarios sure to make you smile.
May 02, Carlos rated it it was ok Shelves: This book was as funny as I expected, a chuckle here and there with most of the situations just being silly. Definitely more geared towards a coffee table book that you pick up every once in a while. The illustrations did help to keep some of the more sagging bits going while the book could have also benefited from a bit of pruning here and there.
Feb 21, Stacy rated it liked it Shelves: Fun, little book and a quick read.
I work in the legal field and admit some of it might be funnier to those with that background, but it isn't necessary to get the humor. A light entertaining read. Nov 27, Victoria Breakspeare. Jun 04, Debbie Lilley rated it it was ok. Sadly the funniest bits in this were the extracts they give you: Was looking forward to a good laugh x. Jul 17, Sandy rated it it was ok.
I went into this having high expectations from the snippets I saw on tumblr. Because of that, I feel like I was greatly disappointed to the point where I couldn't really enjoy it. Jan 11, Johnny rated it liked it. A cute little book that is any easy afternoon read that has some funny moments. Oct 29, Colette Moss rated it really liked it. Very funny insight to the world of court rooms.
May 11, Janet rated it it was ok Shelves: The comments were funny at first, but after a while I found myself skimming the blurbs to find the punch lines. I was excited to see that the author published two more books just like this one Disorderly Conduct and Supreme Folly , but by the time I finished reading this one I had no desire to read the others.
Dec 15, Kasey rated it really liked it. Read this all in one sitting because the sections were so short and funny! While at times I did get a little confused, as I've never been in a court setting and didn't understand all of the notations, this book was, regarding legal terms, generally easy for your average person to understand.
Though I failed to see the humor in some of the accounts, most of them were funny, and some even made me laugh out loud. I sticky-noted all my favorites, and there's probably about 40 sticky-notes in there. This is a fun book that I would recommend as a de-stressor. May 12, Terri rated it it was ok Shelves: I don't remember where I heard about it, but I'd have to say it didn't live up to expectations, and it wasn't worth an inter-library loan.
I say the part about an inter-library loan because I want to just drop it in the return chute and forget about it, but I have to return it in person at the checkout counter, which is more attention than I want to pay this book. It would be a good bathroom book.
Disorder in the Court: Great Fractured Moments in Courtroom History by Charles M. Sevilla
Nov 07, Rebecca rated it really liked it Shelves: Oh, I needed that. After a lot of long, stress-filled weeks, I need the laugh-out-loud moments this book brought me. I pestered my husband by reading some of the bits out loud to him, and by the look on his face, he didn't find them nearly as hysterical as I did. While there are parts that anyone could enjoy, I think you'd have to actually be a lawyer to really appreciate it. Copies of this are probably going to be showing up as my friends' Christmas and birthday gifts for years to come.
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Courtroom humour, lots of funny and some not so funny and quirky things that have been told in the courtroom by legal people and the ones they represent I actually started this book some time ago and just picked it up again to finish. This is a book you can leave and just pick up from time to time for a quick read and a laugh.