Appellate justices have seen just about everything when it comes to bizarre facts in court cases, but every once in a while even they come across a jaw-dropper.

That’s how it was late Thursday, when Santa Ana’s 4th District Court of Appeal agreed to set aside a settlement in a divorce case in which two justices felt an unnamed attorney appeared to act as a “double agent.”

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