What Not to Wear 3

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General rule, people:  The clothing you wear to court should say nothing about you besides, “I am an upstanding citizen of North Carolina deserving of mercy and trust.”  I recently saw a shirt in court with the name of what appeared to be a band. This band had chosen to name itself after the Latin phrase Tabula Rasa, meaning “blank slate”.  In and of itself, not the worst attire I’ve seen in court by a long stretch, but in this case, it only served to underscore and give hidden meaning to the vacant expression of its owner, who looked startlingly like this guy:

Napoleon Dynamite

Unless you’re going for a lack of capacity defense, not a good look.


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