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Monday, March 4, 2019

Charles Bukowski on Trial Lawyers

The language of the lawyer is the language of the trickster. It's an inhuman language, a sub-language. And justice is hardly ever served. Justice is just forgotten. Our court system are just swamps of dark and devious jargon. It's just a wash of dull, crippled, masked wordage put before a jury of twelve imbeciles or a bored judge.

Charles Bukowski


  1. can you tell me where this quote is from? or is it from a poem?

  2. This quote was taken from a collection of Bukowski's letters.