We hold these bunkerisms to be self-evident:
1. You get pre-judgment interest when collecting appellate attorneys fees.
2. When you objection is sustained and a curative instruction given, you also need to move for mistrial if you still think there is error.
3. When you assert attorney-client privilege, the court has to conduct an in-camera inspection:
The failure to conduct an in-camera inspection of the discovery materials a party asserts are protected by the work product privilege constitutes a departure from the essential requirements of law subject to certiorari relief.Now back to your regularly scheduled intertube rabbit holes!