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by Charles Fincher

Bitcher & Prickman law firm comic strip synopsis: Prickman calls up the judge and demands his campaign contributions to the judge be refunded. He wants his money back because of the recent Caperton ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court. Prickman muses what good is the money if the the judge has to recuse himself because of it. The judge tells Prickman that the FBI agent listening in wants to know if Prickman thinks that's a funny Catch-22. 06.15.09

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Law Comix cartoonist Charles Fincher was commissioned to do the fantasy painting of constitutional scholar Erwin Chemerinsky shown in the above ad.