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adv.surendersingh (n/a)     18 December 2007

Gold watch

A judge was instructing the jury that because a witness changed his statement after giving it to the police, he should not necessarily be regarded as untruthful.

""For example,"" the Judge said, ""when I entered my chambers today, I was certain that I had my gold watch in my pocket. Then I remembered that I had left it on my nightstand in my bedroom.""

When the Judge arrived home that evening, his wife asked, ""Why so much urgency for your watch? Don't you think sending three men to pick it up for you was a bit extreme?""

""What?"" exclaimed the Judge. ""I didn't send anyone for my watch, let alone three people. What did you do?""

""I gave it to the first one,"" replied his wife, ""he knew exactly where it was.""



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prabodh kumar patel (advocate)     13 November 2008


ritu bhadana (advocate)     31 March 2009


Sarvesh Kumar Sharma Advocate (Advocacy)     24 September 2009

sahi hai.

Daksh (Student)     30 December 2009

Fantabulously hillarious

enjoyed it thoroughtly

Thanks and regards


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