Here's some late breaking news from the J.K. Rowling copyright suit. The point of this article, I can only surmise, is to go neener neener to the richest woman in the
District Judge Robert Patterson Jr said that he had read the first half of the first Harry Potter novel to his grandchildren, but found the “magical world hard to follow, filled with strange names and words that would be gibberish in any other context."
“I found it extremely complex,” he said, suggesting that a reference guide might be useful.
I'm no legal expert, so I have no idea what bearing the personal opinion of Judge Patterson has on the case, but there's no jury, so my guess would be "some." I'm just wondering how you get to be a District Judge without the reading comprehension skills of a third grader. By the way, if you changed the word "magical" to "legal" that sentence would make more sense to most of the planet's population.
I wouldn't lose any sleep over this case though. A few more years and it won't even be an issue.