Cartoon Caption Contest

Cartoon Caption: Does this lawyer's pillory punishment fit his crime?

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Did a judge happen to find this lawyer in 19th-century contempt? Submit your best caption for this month’s cartoon. The winner of our March challenge will see their caption and credit printed in an upcoming issue of the ABA Journal.

Congrats to February’s winning contest contributor, James A. Walker of Wichita, Kansas. His caption below will appear in an upcoming issue of the ABA Journal.

“He takes the art of ‘pic’-ing a jury to a whole new level.”

How the contest works: Readers are asked to consider what’s happening in the cartoon in this post and submit clever, original captions. ABA Journal staff will review entries, pick their favorites, then ask readers to vote on the best of the bunch.

How to enter: Submit the caption you think best fits the scene depicted in the cartoon above by emailing captions[at]abajournal[dot]com with “March Caption Contest” in the subject line.

Deadline for entry: Contest entries must be submitted by 11:59 p.m. CT on Sunday, March 11.

The prize: Bragging rights. Plus, the winning caption and credit to the caption writer will appear in an upcoming issue of the ABA Journal.

For complete rules, click this link. To view winning cartoons from 2017, check out this gallery or follow the Cartoon Caption Contest RSS feed.

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