Some people are optimistic, looking ahead into a bright future and always focusing on the fuller half of the cup. Even when they appear in a courtroom and are asked about incidents that have happened in the past, they can’t help themselves.
This guy, for example, found it very difficult to answer the attorney’s questions given the fact that the literal “whole of his life” hasn’t been completed yet. What an optimistic lad.
The Life After
This Lawyer is obviously aware of life after death and of the spiritual gifts people have, privileging them with the ability to communicate and connect with those who have passed.
The poor witness had no idea what the attorney was going on about and remained speechless. He took the 'you have the right to remain silent' issue all the way.
Time to Leave
Some dude found himself in a very unpleasant situation. A shop was burgled and he was in the wrong place at the wrong time. Next thing, he found himself in front of a very particular lawyer.
The worst thing about these kinds of situations is that lawyers tend to make others feel stupid when, in fact, they are the stupid ones out of the lot.
Four Times Too Many
Attempted, your honor, attempted. Slightly different phrases we must add. Maybe this lawyer has to refresh his memory to better understand the results of things that happen and things that almost happen.
We find it hard to believe the witness would have been sitting there telling the story of any following attempt should his first one prove successful.
Yes He Was
So let us get the facts right. This guy was somewhere, he was doing whatever and then he went home and died. Now, correct us if we're wrong, but usually, people who died tend to stay dead. And if they don't, they mostly get a career in starting new religions. Either that or they start a zombie apocalypse.
So since no one has heard of this resurrected guy, this sounds like a question that the lawyer didn't need the witness to answer this question.