Monday, September 15, 2014

If In Doubt (and even if not) Repeat

Okay Judges, I get it. You want to be very clear (If you're post 1960) but you really don't need to repeat yourself eight times in your opinion.

First sentence: "The presence of the deputy ... Was not voluntary."

Very next sentence: "...His presence was mandatory."

Third sentence: "... His presence ... Was neither optional nor subject to being declined." 

This was all in one paragraph. And it goes on to explain that the presence of another was a condition of this guy getting medical treatment. I got it. Thanks!

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