Whether it's a finger, a rodent or a figurative foot, foreign objects in people's mouths make work for lawyers. Now, in the wake of a client's novel public defense, attorney Jennifer Solomon has received a case involving an unwanted culinary surprise at a Northern California winery. The owner of the V. Sattui winery vehemently denies that a rat sandwich was served to a couple of visitors. He insists it was, rather, a mouse.
Legs? Nose? Body? Must Be a Wine Tasting
March 31, 2005
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