Humor: Court Interpreter Needed

Sal Esposito of Boston will need linguistic assistance when he has to report to jury duty in Boston on March 23. Can you help Sal?

Enjoy this funny gem, courtesy of the American court system. As we all know, not being fluent in English is not reason enough not to sit on a jury -- that's why we have highly qualified court interpreters! Who is available for this unique job? Read the full story


2 comments:

Rose on January 24, 2011 at 2:24 PM said...

Haha, that was amusing. I am amazed nobody made the "convicted feline" pun, so I guess I will have to make it. Ah, I just did!

Anonymous said...

I can, my surname means "cat" in Italian, I have 2 cats and talk to them all the time :)

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