A Mississippi lawyer was jailed for five hours for refusing to recite the Pledge of Allegiance. This is not the first time this lawyer has had a problem over his refusal to say the Pledge of Allegiance. In June, he was asked to leave another courtroom for refusing to recite the Pledge. This is the contempt order.
Although this story has no real personal injury connection, I thought it was interesting enough to pass on to my readers. I instinctively started typing out a commentary in the space that houses this paragraph because that is what I do here. But who cares what I think about this? You can read the story and draw your own conclusions.