Typo Tueday 2/2

A first-year law student wrote about a “motion for summery judgment.”*

To every thing there is a season?


A motion for summary judgment is made when one party in a legal case believes that the facts and the law make it clear that the opposing party could not possibly prevail in a trial.**


*Special thanks to the law student who sent in this typo; said law student did NOT make the typo.

**I am not a lawyer, nor do I play one on the Internet.