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The post below was published on Monday, October 11th, 2010 at 5:02 AM.

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Third District: Tipsy Coachman

A rose by any other name may still be a rose, but is the tipsy coachman rule still the same if its name devolves to the “drunken cabbie” rule?

Arguably not. “Tipsy coachman” is obscure enough to fit the bill of being both sufficiently archaic-sounding as to suggest a phrase with legal import and sufficiently obtuse-sounding as not to belie its rather poetic origins.

The Third District apparently disagrees.

(For an explanation of why Florida lawyers refer to the tipsy coachman rule as such, check out this old Abstract Appeal post.)

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