For an attorney, court shows on TV can be maddening. What happens in real life in court is nothing like what you see on the picto-cube. But once in a while, something entertaining does happen. This week's podcast contains some of my favorite examples: crazy things I've seen in court.

I've also been asked for updates on a few of my other projects which I sometimes mention in comments. I have a biography of Preston Tucker (and his car) which is being edited and will be out in early 2016. I am also just finishing up a book on the winged cars - the Charger Daytonas and the Superbirds. That might actually be out before the Tucker book but it's not up to me. Publishers do what they do once I give them the manuscript.

Anyhoo, here's this week's podcast. Things I've seen in court with my own eyes.

And the pic above is the cockpit of a 1970 Superbird. Gotta love the horn. Press the Road Runner and hear him go Beep Beep! And the pistol grip shifter. Face it, that's what's wrong with automatic transmissions - not that they do all the work for you. It's that they don't have cool shifter grips like this


Damn kids these days.

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Steve Lehto has been practicing law for 23 years, almost exclusively in consumer protection and Michigan lemon law. He wrote The Lemon Law Bible and Chrysler's Turbine Car: The Rise and Fall of Detroit's Coolest Creation.


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