Friday, June 12, 2015



good security means doing things that are not politically correct – you can’t always have it both ways;

doing the right thing is more important than following the rules or being politically correct;

the perception of good security is as good as or better than the reality;

there isn’t a good choice – sometimes you must choose between the best of the bad choices;

the end does justify the means;

it’s better to be judged by 12 than carried by 6;

popularity of an issue does not equate to fairness or justice;

a verdict has nothing to do with a good or bad prosecution strategy or a good or bad defense strategy –sometimes a verdict is based simply on facts and evidence;

“justice” fueled by public opinion and media and political pressure is not really justice;

“justice” is not what someone wants it to be – sometimes justice is simply what is;

the cutest puppy has the meanest growl and the sharpest teeth;

you get what you want, but sometimes you get what you deserve.


there is virtually nothing that is purely or simply black or white.