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Ten judges, draped in black, jostled for views from the front of a federal courtroom, while a dozen more spilled into the jury box. Tipped off that U.S. District Court Judge Janet Bond Arterton was finally getting her due, the visiting VIPs did not want to miss seeing their longtime colleague framed and, maybe, even hung.
Encyclopedic in breadth but compact enough for the vest pocket of a 19th-century gentleman on the go, the book was an insider’s guide to Manhattan, easily picked up at the newsstand before a night on the town, much the way tourists and local residents now consult a guidebook when they are in the mood for a memorable restaurant or meal.
In the lawsuit, he acknowledged that he may have misbehaved in February when he tossed an apple in a teammate's face, flipped his putter a few feet, threw and broke a club and gunned his engine in a parking lot.