• I received the following email from a reader (I added the bold highlights):
“I recently had an interesting experience in court that I would like to share with you.
“In a nut shell, I gummed up the works with the judge by stating that I was present “in the flesh.” She was literally tossing and turning in her seat, visibly frustrated and was searching for ways to regain control of the situation.
“I believe that the judge was trying to find a way to have me make an appearance in court “in person” or by representing myself (my self?), so that she could administer the trust account.
“I said that I was not representing any artificial persons, that I do not make appearances in court by paper and that I was present “in the flesh.”
“Perhaps by me stating that I was present in the flesh, it had some effect which rendered her unable to proceed.