Ever since Saul Goodman made his first appearance in "Breaking Bad," via the comedic actor
That sleazy side is what he shares in his upcoming book, if you can judge by the cover. Which is what we have for you today: The first look at the book "Don't Go to Jail! Saul Goodman's Guide to Keeping the Cuffs Off."
There he is, Saul with his finger pointed purposefully at YOU, dear offender. Don't go to jail!
The book is written from Saul's perspective. "'Don't Go to Jail' is the mother of all legal guides: the cheapest of all legal guides," the jacket flap reads, "the cheapest way to stay out of the courts and in the good graces of the legal system."
It continues, "Want to be your own attorney? Want to avoid getting hauled in on a warrant? Want to find an explanation for the baggie of 'your friend's' marijuana the cops found in your car? Here's your chance to get this and much more indispensable legal advice, and all for much less than my hourly fee."
Remember, as a television character, Saul Goodman's not allowed to give actual legal advice, so the book, which will be released April 5, should be used only in cases of fictional jurisprudence.