Today’s New York Times has started a new feature, taking the more outrageous elements of the US litigation system and dramatizing them.
They take verbatim (word for word) legal transcripts into dramatic, and often comedic, performances. Here you will find re-creations of actual events from the halls of law and government. You, our readers, can help us find material for future episodes. Have you come across court trials, depositions or government hearings that you think are surprising, bizarre or baffling — and lend themselves to performance?
Hat tip to Stan Freedman