Objection, your honor! Lawyers don’t have an easy life. Although they are well paid, they often have to deal with demanding clients. Imagine if you had to represent Donald Trump in court! We have picked out 11 of the best Tweets about lawyers for you today and wish you lots of fun!
Cop: Sit on that chair, we're gonna interrogate you
Lawyer *whispering* deny everything
Me *loudly* that isn't a chair
— Jon (@ArfMeasures) November 19, 2019
When making a sex tape, play Disney music in the background. That way, if it gets leaked online, Disney lawyers will have them all taken down.
— 💥✨K✨💥 (@gymlifeanimal) January 7, 2020
Zac Efron (as a lawyer): Objection, your honor!
Judge: Overruled. Take your shirt off.
— ♥ mark magark♥ (@markedly) October 29, 2019
if your lawyer comes in wearing these, you are absolutely going to jail pic.twitter.com/hIfVBsg2P3
— Derek Guy (@dieworkwear) October 22, 2020
As a lawyer, I can confirm that I frequently compose tweets confessing to crimes and send them from my clients’ twitter accounts. It’s the first thing you learn at law school.
— The Secret Barrister (@BarristerSecret) December 3, 2017
There is literally no difference between a divorce lawyer and a kindergarten teacher. All we do all day long is coax children into behaving.
— Lady Lawya (@Parkerlawyer) October 23, 2020
me as a lawyer: “not u saying my client is guilty 😳🙄”
— يا حبيبي (@2broke4maccas) July 30, 2020
Imagine being a lawyer and your client shows up like this https://t.co/hKWaUyJkSu
— ᵀᴿᴱᴺᴰᴵᴺᴳ (@Trendingjoey) August 3, 2018
My senior year of high school my teacher laughed at me when I told him I was going to be a lawyer. Today I was accepted to law school with a $15,000 scholarship, so I emailed him. pic.twitter.com/8gemNuAcGb
— Logan Evans (@SheWantsThe_E) February 21, 2020
Mark & Patricia McCloskey. They’re both lawyers. Did you know Patricia also sits on the Missouri Bar Ethical Review Panel? And she’s a member of the Board of Election Commissioners? I think it’s time for these things to come to an end… https://t.co/Wx7R9ldPUh
— paige (@_petimetra) June 29, 2020
I was calculating child support for a client and I asked him what his gross income was and he looked offended and said, “It’s not gross. I make 55k so that’s definitely not gross.”
— Lady Lawya (@Parkerlawyer) October 21, 2020