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Yes.
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Bill S. Preston at your service.
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Bill S. Preston would disagree.
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Originally Posted By LaRue_Tactical:
Hey y'all, it ain't close enough to being the 1st yet for this to be "that thread".
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suckers



just in case........1216
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And yet I never see lawyers bearing a shield OR sword for anyone else.
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Texashark, Esq.
Has a nice ring to it.
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Originally Posted By LaRue_Tactical:



I had to have my lawyer daughter 'splain it to me ... always thought it was just a nice way to say ' I'm a smartazz '


Learn sumpin' new every day.


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Originally Posted By LaRue_Tactical:
Originally Posted By AlamTX:
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I had to have my lawyer daughter 'splain it to me ... always thought it was just a nice way to say ' I'm a smartazz '


Learn sumpin' new every day.




Gotta be careful raising kids smarter than you. You might have to admit you don't know everything!
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Originally Posted By 1Andy2: And yet I never see lawyers bearing a shield OR sword for anyone else.
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If you're @ a table in a courtroom w/ Aimless, Esq, do you want him to carry your shield or sword for you, or use his bird brains to beat the Prosecution?
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Do you know the difference between lawyer and an attorney?

A lawyer is someone who has studied the law and an attorney is someone who is licensed to practice law. However, in the United States both are used interchangeably.

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Esquire me to my seat, please.
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Originally Posted By LaRue_Tactical:
Hey y'all, it ain't close enough to being the 1st yet for this to be "that thread".
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So, off topic, but what is "that thread"? I see everyone post random numbers, but have no idea why? Ya, I apparently live in the dark

On topic,
I did.
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I always thought it was a synonym for doushe.
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I have power of attorney in my car. I had an old Cutlass without it and it was a bitch to drive.
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Originally Posted By Delbaeth:
Bill S. Preston at your service.
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ROCK ON DUDES!
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Originally Posted By StevenH:
I always thought it was a synonym for doushe.
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No, doushe is a synonym for bad speller.
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I just assumed it was something douchey people put behind their name to feel important, kind of like the asswipe doctors who put Dr. before their name on their credit card.
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For anyone other than a Knight's offical SQUIRE, male servant, bitch of all sundry menial trades it is.
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215 -- that's what my last esquire charged
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So after graduation with a J.D. one is a lawyer, but upon passing a bar exam he then becomes an attorney and an esquire?
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Originally Posted By Eric802:
Whenever I see another lawyer who has "Esquire" on his letterhead or signature block, I see "Douchebag".
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I feel the same way about most lawyers
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Originally Posted By LaRue_Tactical:
Hey y'all, it ain't close enough to being the 1st yet for this to be "that thread".
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It's a Pavlovian reaction.
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, in Spanish lawyers are called "licenciado " and it comes first
Ex. "Licenciado Aimless"
ETA
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Because I am one, I knew that.
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Thought it was how Canadian knights addressed their squires.

"Nice jousting there, eh squire?"
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2015
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Originally Posted By EagleArmsHBAR:
So after graduation with a J.D. one is a lawyer, but upon passing a bar exam he then becomes an attorney and an esquire?
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wrong. after grad with jd, he is just a JD.

After passing the bar/taking the oath, he is a lawyer/attorney/esquire.
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I also apparently live in the dark.
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I thought an esquire was the guy who took care of the knight's horse and saddle.
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Originally Posted By Eric802:
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How about "Dr. Name, Esq., J.D." ?
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Originally Posted By backbencher:


If you're @ a table in a courtroom w/ Aimless, Esq, do you want him to carry your shield or sword for you, or use his bird brains to beat the Prosecution?
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Originally Posted By 1Andy2: And yet I never see lawyers bearing a shield OR sword for anyone else.


If you're @ a table in a courtroom w/ Aimless, Esq, do you want him to carry your shield or sword for you, or use his bird brains to beat the Prosecution?



I dunno... can I demand trial by combat or something?
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I are one

And I use it regularly when addressing (in writing) my colleagues whom I deem worthy(unfortunately, there aren't a lot of them)
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Esquire is shorthand for "I own a fedora"
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Originally Posted By LaRue_Tactical:



I had to have my lawyer daughter 'splain it to me ... always thought it was just a nice way to say ' I'm a smartazz '


Learn sumpin' new every day.


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I had to have my lawyer daughter 'splain it to me ... always thought it was just a nice way to say ' I'm a smartazz '


Learn sumpin' new every day.




You should start calling the governor Ricksquire.

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