Here. Screech’s lawyer in the trial where Screech is accused of stabbing someone was scolded by the judge because the attorney’s car, in the parking lot, had written on it “Good luck to Dustin & Amanda.” I mean it’s kind of amazing if it somewhat improper in the sense that the audience seeing the car would include potential jurors. I’m not sure how influential the phrase “good luck” is such that it could affect the partiality of a juror but I could understand why a judge would not be happy. The defense lawyer in opening argued that there is insufficient proof of the crime of “reckless endangerment” because the stab wound was not that deep or large. The crime (in Wisconsin) occurs where the defendant does an act that creates a risk of great bodily injury or death. So I guess this argument is not that bad, but I think it’s hard to get a jury to think that stabbing someone does not create a risk of great bodily injury. That said, the defense could argue that because the wound is so small Screech probably did not mean to actually cause a serious stab wound. Interestingly it appears that Wisconsin has no assault crime only battery. Where there is no great bodily injury or death the crime is a misdemeanor. Given that the injury was small the prosecution probably thought it could not prove felony battery it did not want the misdemeanor. Can’t wait for the verdict.