Monday's Three Burning Legal Questions
Here are today's three burning legal questions, along with the answers provided by the blawgosphere.
1) Question: My wife wants to name our new baby twins "Benson" and "Hedges." I prefer the names "Fish" and "Chips," or perhaps, if we don't want to be so cutesy, we could go with "Number 16 Bus Shelter" and "Sex Fruit." Any advice?
Answer: Please tell me you live in New Zealand. (Legal Juice)
2) Question: For insurance purposes, can you tell me if it is possible for a bullet shot from a hunter's rifle over a mile away from me to fly through the partially rolled-down window of my car while I'm driving 40 miles per hour and hit me in the cheek?
Answer: It is a one-in-a-billion chance, but it does happen. Heads-up. (Houston Chronicle)
3) Question: I'm accused of an attempted drive-by shooting. Long story short, I forgot to roll down my window before I started firing, and the bullet predictably (in hindsight) shattered my car window. I later went to an auto glass shop and filed an insurance claim, which led to my arrest. Is this covered by my policy?
Answer: Sorry, no. (Jonathan Turley)
Posted by Bruce Carton on November 9, 2009 at 04:05 PM | Permalink
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