Courtrooms can be confusing for a layperson. Lawyers and judges like to speak in a shorthand legalese that is essentially barking California code sections at one another: "1101(b)," says an attorney during proceedings. His opponent responds, "352," and then a third player, the judge, determines the discussion requires a "402" hearing. Yet, court also occasionally offers moments of clarity a fifth-grader—or even a recalcitrant prosecutor—should... More >>>