Anyone over 35 with a roommate thats not someone they’re pretty much married to is a crazy person.

HP- Defending yourself in a court case is rarely recommended, but appointing a stuffed owl as your lawyer is really bird-brained. Nevertheless, that's who -- or what -- Charles Abbott brought as his attorney when he appeared in an Aspen, Colorado, courtroom on Tuesday, the Associated Press reports. Abbott is accused of violating a protection order involving his former roommate Michael Stranahan. The order was filed after Abbott allegedly assaulted Stranahan at an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting. Stranahan said Abbott violated the order by going to Stranahan's home to retrieve belonging when the victim was out of town, according to KWGN.com. In court, Abbott placed a fuzzy stuffed owl at the defense table and told the judge that the owl -- named "Soloman" -- would be his legal counsel until a public defender was assigned to the case, the Aspen Times reports. “He’s a very sensitive guy, has law degrees from Yale, Harvard and Stanford,” Abbott told the judge, according to the paper. “I think he’ll be able to represent me before a public defender comes online.”

HP- Defending yourself in a court case is rarely recommended, but appointing a stuffed owl as your lawyer is really bird-brained.
Nevertheless, that’s who — or what — Charles Abbott brought as his attorney when he appeared in an Aspen, Colorado, courtroom on Tuesday, the Associated Press reports.
Abbott is accused of violating a protection order involving his former roommate Michael Stranahan. The order was filed after Abbott allegedly assaulted Stranahan at an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting.
Stranahan said Abbott violated the order by going to Stranahan’s home to retrieve belonging when the victim was out of town, according to KWGN.com.
In court, Abbott placed a fuzzy stuffed owl at the defense table and told the judge that the owl — named “Soloman” — would be his legal counsel until a public defender was assigned to the case, the Aspen Times reports.
“He’s a very sensitive guy, has law degrees from Yale, Harvard and Stanford,” Abbott told the judge, according to the paper. “I think he’ll be able to represent me before a public defender comes online.”

Case and Point, Charles Abbot over here who has a stuffed owl as his attorney to defend him in a case where he assaulted his old room mate at an AA meeting. God i didnt even see the AA meeting part until just now but of course they were at an AA meeting. Thats just the thing about people over 35 with a room mate. If they had any normalcy in life or any sense of social awareness they would be married to something and not room mates at probably 45 years old. But whatever, we knew this going in that these people are crazy. Hiring a stuffed animal as a lawyer is a whole new level of lunacy, but to his credit, he couldn’t have hired a better stuffed animal. I dont know why but owls just seem like the smart wise creature so i guess if you wanted to go with that angle in the court of law, then your in good company. As far as stuffed animal attorneys go at least. But add on top of that the fact that the owl has law degrees from Yale, Harvard, AND Stanford? I dont know how he couldn’t win a court case with credentials like that….

I also believe he really believes thats his lawyer, and most of all i think he even pays that stuffed animal his lawyer fees too.

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