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Wednesday's Three Burning Legal Questions

Here are today's three burning legal questions, along with the answers provided by the blawgosphere.

1) Question: I work the metal detector at the Taylor County Courthouse in Texas. Some dude just came through the machine and put a baggy of marijuana in the blue dog bowl we use to run items through the x-ray machine. What should I do?

Answer: Call the sheriff! (Lowering The Bar)

2) Question: I refused to get back together with my ex-boyfriend. Long story short, he reacted by stabbing my pet Siamese fighting fish to death with a knife. I told the judge overseeing the prosecution against my ex-boyfriend -- for animal abuse and domestic violence assault -- that I wanted to get a memorial fish tattoo and for my ex-boyfriend to pay for it. How should the judge rule?

Answer: Tattoo request DENIED. (Jonathan Turley)

3) Question: I rented my apartment in an exclusive South Florida island community for $600 per day to a company that said it wanted to use it for a modeling photo shoot. Yes, the company I rented it to was named "BangBros.com." Anyway, to my dismay, BangBros used the apartment to shoot “A Sexy Golfing Experience” with porn star Devon Lee. Now I'm being ridiculed by the other 466 people on the island and I'm losing $100,000 in monthly rental income. Can I sue BangBros?

Answer: Of course! (OnPointNews)

Posted by Bruce Carton on October 14, 2009 at 03:33 PM | Permalink | Comments (2)

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