The obnoxious lawyer: Sure, it sounds redundant to the public at large, but if a lawyer uses the phrase to describe one of his own species, it takes on special meaning. Sooner or later, every lawyer is going to run into one of these. In Miami, it’s generally sooner.

The obnoxious lawyer is a particularly noisome creature. You can tell she’s lying because her lips are moving. He never gets lost because he can follow his slime trail home. Be sure to count your rings and check for your watch after you shake his hand. All the clichés apply.

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