The following is a transcript during the trial of a contest over two wills left by Mr. Walter of Arkansas:
Q: When did you last see Walter?
A: At the funeral.
Q: Did he make any comment to you at that time?
“I have wondered who might have been the most relieved that the answer was no,” the judge later remarked, “the jury, the opposing parties, the mortician, or the doctor who signed the death certificate.”
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Arkansas Supreme Court (1982). Reports of Cases at Law and in Equity Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of the State of Arkansas, Vol. 276.