Last week I talked about the over-involved client. And then, there is the client who reminds you of this guy:
This is how lawyers sometimes feel when non-lawyer clients try to dictate trial tactics right down to specific questions. Invariably, they want you to ask a question that you can’t. Damn those pesky rules of procedure and evidence!
I hate it when people aren’t familiar with this advertising campaign. “That guy stayed at a Holiday Inn Express last night” is a common phrase in my vernacular.