I am sure that him being found guilty was a big mistake, since he is a lawyer and lawyers are extremely honest, ethical, and totally trustworthy people.

At one time I had actually thought that the legal profession was extremely heavily infested with an unusually high percentage of the very sleaziest creatures, and who were really nothing more than con men, thieves, embezzlers, money launderers, scam artists, scumbags, professional pathological liars, and complete parasites. In fact, I used to think it had a far higher percentage of such lowlifes than any other major profession.

However after being "educated" to the "facts" about the legal profession by such "professors" as Birkhimer, Longaway, McCabe, Popik, Saferstein, Scholick, Stein, and Voelke, I now realize that virtually all lawyers are wonderful, honest, totally trustworthy, and very superior creatures, and that therefore anyone who thinks it is far more of a sleazy mafia than a legitimate profession should lose his First Amendment rights to free speech, and including since it is beyond outrageous that anyone would be alliowed to insult creatures as wonderful, honest, and trustworthy as lawyers.

NOTE: To learn still more about the "standards" and "sanity" of lawyers, ask the American Bar Association which group has far and away the highest rates of alcoholism and drug abuse, and also of suicide, divorce, and domestic violence, of any major profession.