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What Not to Say in a Job Interview

This post, "Top Ten Things Not to Include in Your Bar Exam Essay," (via EV) included this gem: "9. While the defendant may have escaped punishment on Earth, he will get his just deserts in the afterlife."

A law school classmate, during an interview with a prosecutor's officer, reportedly said: "I would make a good prosecutor, because even when I lost a case, I would not let it get to me, because I know that the defendant would burn in Hell."  It should come as no surprise that he did not get the job - likely because the interviewing prosecutor thought to himself: There is a difference between legal and moral guilt, and indeed, many prosecutors are often on the wrong side of God's Law when they prosecute.

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