A man had been crossing a street when a car slammed into him.
The pedestrian sued the motorist, whose lawyer made the following statement at the end of the trial.
“Your honor, my client was not at fault. He has been driving a car for thirty years, and has never had an accident, nor gotten so much as a speeding ticket. I do not think I need to say any more.”
Unimpressed, the lawyer for the plaintiff rose.
“Your honor, since counsel insists on bringing up the matter of experience, may I remind the court that my client has been walking for over seventy years…”