by Ryan McKeen
Today is a classic mid to late February day. It’s what it should be for this time of year.
It’s cold outside, sunny, and a little windy. Unlike a “classic” January day, the sun is radiant.
If you park your car outside, you’ll get in it, and it will feel a little warm. A sign of spring to be sure.
Why does any of this belong on a law blog?
Because if you are going to court on a day like this and can park reasonably close to the court – it’s my advice to leave your coat in the car.
Bringing your coat to court is generally a bad idea and I try to avoid it if at all possible because there’s often no place to put one’s coat.
That’s all I got on this nice late winter morning.