Will Larry Argue Before the US Supreme Court?

With the recent appeal filed by Dan Parisi in the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, one has to look at the very real possibility that Larry may end up arguing before the highest Court in the land. If Parisi loses his appeal before the DC Circuit we would bet he would seek to have the matter reviewed by the US Supreme Court. With such a petition Larry would end up before the very Court that most Attorneys dream to argue in front of. It has been said that should Parisi v Sinclair end up before the Supreme Court Larry would have attorneys coming out of the wood work offering to argue his case. However Larry believes that would be too little too late, and would take his chances arguing it himself.

This case still has a ways to go before any appeal can be made to the US Supreme Court, but the fact remains if Parisi loses before the US  Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit, we are convinced he will seek to appeal to the US Supreme Court. Parisi simply refuses to accept the decisions of the Courts and attempts to change his claims & alleged damages every time a decision is entered against him.

Despite our desire for this case to be dismissed, we are not naive as to believe that Parisi is going to go away quietly.

3 comments for “Will Larry Argue Before the US Supreme Court?

  1. Adriano
    August 28, 2011 at 11:16 pm

    Parisi better be careful not to push the envelope too far…

  2. August 29, 2011 at 2:48 pm

    The U.S. Supreme Court is comprised of the best judges that money can buy. They make a big show of deciding liberally in favor of things that don't really matter, and of coming down hard against the true goals of democracy. The Chief Buffoon was appointed by George W. Bush. The worst discredit to the current Court is Antonin Scalia, who brings shame and disgrace upon the very notion of justice in the United States. These laughabable sycophants stole the U.S. presidential election of anno 2000 and gave it to the war-mongering Cocainer-in-Chief George S. Bush.

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