Friday's Three Burning Legal Questions
Here are today's three burning legal questions, along with the answers provided by the blawgosphere.
1) Question: I'm
in London and I'd like to take in a law-related musical. Any suggestions?
Answer: Your top two law musicals in London this week are probably "Enron (the Play)" and "Legally Blonde: The Musical." Tough call, but maybe go with "Legally Blonde" here: The Telegraph's critic said "I tried, I really tried to hate this show, but resistance is futile." (AP: 'Blonde' bombshell: London critics praise musical)
2) Question: I'm on the jury in a murder trial. Today, the prosecution's star witness couldn't stop vomiting while under cross-examination. Now what?
Answer: You get to go home early. (CNews, "Witness vomits, jurors go home") (via Bad Lawyer)
3) Question: Some European prince (yes, a real royal) just slapped me twice upside the head because of the noise from a disco in the hotel I own. His wife, the princess, is now saying it was just a "symbolic reproach." Is this a real defense?
Answer: Keep an eye on the trial of Prince Ernst August of Hannover. It may shed light on this important issue. (AP: Princess Caroline: husband's slaps 'symbolic')
Posted by Bruce Carton on January 15, 2010 at 03:20 PM | Permalink
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