Me. Oh yeah...
In reality, judges are lawyers too, so one could say the 9 people at the top of the US Supreme Court. Or you could say the lawyers that teach law in the prestigious schools.
It depends on your definition of "top". There are a lot of damn good lawyers.
I would say this:
"Lots of women are [prompted by their lawyers] to appeal to "men are bad; med are wife beaters" in order to make a case.
Therefore, those [women are probably lying.]"
This argument, to me, is stating that all women who come into the court room with a domestic violence case can not be trusted because they are "being coached" by their lawyers. So the only way to fight this "probability" is to assume all women are liars. This idea, of course stems back all the way through history, thanks to the bible, reinforcing ideas that women are lying, evil creatures, and if enforced, might cause actual criminals to get away with the crime, just because it's his word agents hers, and his word is considered to be worth two of hers.
The sections in the  is what I assume the obvious folly is in this statement.