What not to say to a judge
Ashton O’Dwyer, Jr.’s handwritten response to a contempt order (PDF) is a standout example of what not to do. Never tell a federal judge—or any judge, for that matter—”Screw You!” And if you happen to do it once, over the phone, it is probably best not to repeat it in a public court filing.
This filing is only a few days old, so we will have to wait for Judge Lemelle’s certain-to-be-awesome response.
(Thanks, Phil Moscowitz!)