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One fine, sunny morning, a priest took a walk in the local forest.  He was walking by a small stream when, sitting on a nearby toadstool, he noticed a sad, sad-looking frog. "What's wrong with you?" said the priest. 
"Well," said the frog, "the reason I am so sad on this fine day is because I wasn't always a frog." 
"Really!" said the priest. "Can you explain?" 
"Once upon a time I was an 11-year-old Choirboy at your very church. I too was walking by this stream when I was on fronted by the wicked witch of the forest.  'Let me pass!' I cried, but to no avail. She called me a cheeky little boy and with a flash of her wand, turned me into the frog you now see before you."
"That's an incredible story!" said the priest. "Is there no way of reversing the witch's spell?"
"Yes," said the frog. "It is said that if a nice kind person would pick me up, take me home, give me food and warmth and a good night's sleep, I will wake up as a boy again." 
"Today's your lucky day!" said the priest, and forthwith picked up the frog and took him home.  He gave him lots of food, placed him by the fire, and at bedtime put the frog on the pillow beside him.  And lo and behold!  Miracle of miracles!  For, when he awoke the next morning, there was the 11 year old Choirboy beside him in bed.
And that, your Honor, is the case for the Defense.


A lawyer's dog, running about unleashed, beelines for a butcher shop  and steals a roast. 
The Butcher goes to lawyer's office and asks: "If a dog running unleashed steals a piece of meat from my store, do I have a right to demand payment for the meat from the dog's owner?" 
The lawyer answers, "Absolutely!" 
"Then you owe me $8.50. Your dog was loose and stole a roast from me today. 
" The lawyer, without a word, writes the butcher a check for $8.50 
The next day the butcher opens the mail and finds an envelope with invoice from the lawyer 
- $20 due for a consultation. 



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Lawyer: "I can easily find out by asking her—she is my wife."

Law Humor

Waitress (to her friend): "He may look good, but he ain't no good, Lilly, he's lawyer and one of these fellers wot chooses the price first an' then runs his fingers along the bill o' fare to see wot he gets for it."

Mother: "What made Alice and that young lawyer break their engagement?"
Clarissa: "He complained that she was too 'Effeminate' for the present day."

Local judge was one day asked by a friend whether he would instruct his daughters in the different languages.
"No, sir," he said; "one tongue is sufficient for any woman."
Golfers Humor
"A war is a fearful thing," said old lawyer.
"It is," replied young lawyer. "When you see the fierceness of members of the army toward one another, the fate of a common enemy must be horrible."
"What were you in for?" asked the lawyer.
"I found a horse."
"Found a horse? Nonsense! They wouldn't jug you for finding a horse."
"Well, but you see I found him before the owner lost him."