Angry judge has a spelling fitNote: in England, where this story originates, some past-tense verbs are "spelt" with a T on the end. In American English, you're more likely to see that spelled as "misspelled." Same goes with words like "labeled" and "traveled." These will have two Ls in the U.K., but generally only have one here.
Monday, August 11, 2008
A judge has labelled a prosecution worker an 'illiterate idiot' after spotting a spelling mistake.
Judge David Paget looked with disgust at an indictment accusing a man of assaults, including attempted 'greivous' bodily harm.
He fumed: 'The word grievous has been mis-spelt four times.'
Reading on, he said that another charge accused the defendant of using an offensive weapon, 'namely axe', instead of 'an axe'.
Wednesday, August 13, 2008
That's One Angry Judge
Look! People do judge you for bad spelling and grammar at work. Apparently, it's worse when a judge is judging: