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New Popehat isn't convinced.
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Ken is undoubtedly referring to Cohen v California and similar things.

Caveat emptor!!

Cheers,
Scott.
New Well, also this:
https://www.nytimes.com/2023/05/27/nyregion/avianca-airline-lawsuit-chatgpt.html

The lawsuit began like so many others: A man named Roberto Mata sued the airline Avianca, saying he was injured when a metal serving cart struck his knee during a flight to Kennedy International Airport in New York.

When Avianca asked a Manhattan federal judge to toss out the case, Mr. Mata’s lawyers vehemently objected, submitting a 10-page brief that cited more than half a dozen relevant court decisions. There was Martinez v. Delta Air Lines, Zicherman v. Korean Air Lines and, of course, Varghese v. China Southern Airlines, with its learned discussion of federal law and “the tolling effect of the automatic stay on a statute of limitations.”

There was just one hitch: No one — not the airline’s lawyers, not even the judge himself — could find the decisions or the quotations cited and summarized in the brief.
Regards,
-scott
Welcome to Rivendell, Mr. Anderson.
New oops, check your sources error number one
remember many years ago in family court introduced a copy of a web page from department of family and children's services stating that children over the age of 15 may be left unattended at home. Prosecutor insisted that I crafted the page and waved around papers that said it didn't exist. Judge pipes up, the url is on the page nd I am looking at it now. It's there. Prosecutor had the copy for a least two weeks before the hearing se didnt bother checking it.
Judge ripped her a new one and absolved my and family of any wrongdoing.
"Science is the belief in the ignorance of the experts" – Richard Feynman
New Did the web page match any official policy?
I would hope the judge would let you off just based on the web page; a defendant couldn't be expected to know if there were a discrepancy. But the prosecutor should know what the actual policy is. If the web page didn't match the policy, someone needs to go through the site with a fine-tooth comb.
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Drew
New that was the official policy, backassed georgia county officials didnt look or care
judge reamed them a new one. County official whined her son was 18 and still had to accompany parents overnight. I muttered poor sonofabitch just loud enough for her to hear me.
Next step they told judge they were going to take my son into care, judge looked poleaxed and then I brought up the Indian Child Welfare Act and offered the judge tribal office info so the case could be moved there. Judge chuckled and told local officials to contact the tribal office for any further needs. Much huffing and puffing from the local child welfare dragons about that.
"Science is the belief in the ignorance of the experts" – Richard Feynman
     Popehat isn't convinced. - (Another Scott) - (4)
         Well, also this: - (malraux) - (3)
             oops, check your sources error number one - (boxley) - (2)
                 Did the web page match any official policy? - (drook) - (1)
                     that was the official policy, backassed georgia county officials didnt look or care - (boxley)

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