Ladies, if I can tell from the far side of the courtroom that your G-string is tuned to A -- your outfit probably violates part, or all, of the "Acceptable Court Wear" memo posted at the courtroom door by the Judge.
Plus, District Court is not a place to wear that cute little number that you bought for the nightclub, the beach, or any place where the major architectural features are limited to a stage and a brass pole.
And -- as we have learned -- just because you aren't the one on trial, doesn't mean that you can't catch Contempt of Court charges.
Now we know. And knowing is half the battle.