Instead of simply maintaining a case file in the divorce case of Busch v. Busch, the state courts may instead be tempted to publish an anthology.

In an application to Superior Court that it schedule reargument in an equitable-distribution row addressed by Judge Mike Eakin in verse, a lawyer in the case used a series of 10 limericks to make his point.

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