The Biker’s Court Appearance

A young biker was brought into court for destroying a tavern in a brawl. He appeared before the judge and said, “Your Honor, I am not guilty! My reputation is spotless.”
Unimpressed, the judge said, “Do you have any witnesses who can vouch for your character?”
The young man pointed to a man in the corner. “Sure, the sheriff over there.”
Taken by surprise, the sheriff stood up and declared, “Your Honor, this man is a liar. I have never seen him before in my life!”
The young man turned to the judge and said, “See? I have lived here for 15 years and the sheriff doesn’t know me. Ain’t that character reference enough, Your Honor?”

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