Man Shows Up In Court With Stuffed Owl As His Lawyer

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Charles Abbott, 67, is all kinds of crazy. Not only did the dude from Aspen think it was totally ok to break a restraining order he had on him, he turned up to court with a stuffed owl as his public defender.

Abbott had a restraining order after beating his roommate senseless at an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, and violated said order after going round to the house to collect his stuff, hence his court appearance.

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The owl, in case you were wondering, was purchased from a blind kid outside the court (go figure) and Abbott told the judge:

He’s a very sensitive guy, has law degrees from Yale, Harvard and Stanford.

I think he’ll be able to represent me before a public defender comes online.

The restraining order is shockingly still in place after the owl wasn’t as good as Abbott first imagined. Madness.

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