During the Kimberlin v. Kimberlin hearing earlier this month, Brett Kimberlin seemed to be having a great deal of difficulty sticking to the actual issues before the court. Although I have no first hand knowledge of his relationship with his wife outside of a courthouse, he called me as a witness on his behalf. (Mind boggling, isn’t it.) After about five minutes of his unsuccessfully trying to get me to say … I’m not sure what he was trying to get me to say … trying extract something from me, the judge intervened.
Judge Burrell: Have you seen any first hand information concerning the interaction between Mrs. Kimberlin and her children or Mr. Kimberlin and his children?
Mr. Hoge: I have no, I have no first hand testimony that I can offer, Your Honor.
Judge Burrell: OK, that’s all [inaudible] your testimony.
Mr. Kimberlin (interrupting): [inaudible]
Judge Burrell: Do you have any questions?
Ms. Barnes: No, Your Honor.
Judge Burrell: OK, you can step down.
Mr. Hoge: Thank you, Your Honor.
Mr. Kimberlin: Ah, Judge, I’d, I’d.
Judge Burrell: We’re not in here to settle the argument between you and Mr. Hoge. That’s not what we’re here for. Do you have any other witnesses?
Acme Law at its finest.