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A Poli­ce­man was being cross-exami­ned by a defen­se attor­ney during a fel­o­ny tri­al. The lawy­er was try­ing to under­mi­ne the policeman's credi­bi­li­ty....

Q:
"Offi­cer -- did you see my cli­ent fle­eing the sce­ne?"
A:
"No Sir. But I sub­se­quent­ly obser­ved a per­son matching the
descrip­ti­on of the offen­der, run­ning several blocks away."
Q:
"Offi­cer -- who pro­vi­ded this descrip­ti­on?"
A:
"The offi­cer who respon­ded to the sce­ne."
Q:
"A fel­low offi­cer pro­vi­ded the descrip­ti­on of this so-cal­led offen­der. Do you trust your fel­low offi­cers?"
A:
"Yes, Sir. With my life."
Q:
"With your life? Let me ask you this then offi­cer. Do you have a
room whe­re you chan­ge your clothes in pre­pa­ra­ti­on for your dai­ly duties?"
A:
"Yes Sir, we do.
Q:
"And do you have a locker in the room?"
A:
"Yes Sir, I do."
Q:
"And do you have a lock on your locker?"
A:
"Yes Sir."
Q:
"Now why is it, offi­cer, if you trust your fel­low offi­cers with your
life, you find it necessa­ry to lock your locker in a room you share with
the­se same offi­cers?"
A:
"You see, Sir -- we share the buil­ding with the court com­plex, and some­ti­mes lawy­ers have been known to walk through that room."



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