Monday's Three Burning Legal Questions
Here are today's three burning legal questions, along with the answers provided by the blogosphere.
1) Question: I need a divorce but I really don't feel like spending much time with the lawyers. Can't I just do this all on my iPhone?
Answer: Not quite, but the new DivorceApps will get you started. (LawSites, Getting Divorced? Now There are Apps Even for That)
2) Question: So I bought my daughter a new inflatable pool based on the "actual size" ad showing three kids happily playing and splashing together. Can I get summary judgment against the maker of the pool based on the photo below?
Answer: Judge Carton says your motion for summary judgment is GRANTED. (FAIL Blog, Actual Size Fail)
3) Question: I'm a lawyer trying to visit my client in prison. First the guards wouldn't let me in because the wire in my bra set off the metal detector. So I went into the bathroom and took off the bra, and now they won't let me in because going bra-less is against prison dress code guidelines. Now what? I can't work under these conditions!
Don't worry. The public defender's office reports that this matter, "while regrettable and unfortunate, appears to be
an aberration." The warden says it won't happen again. (Miami Herald
, Wrong bra, no bra: Jail bars lawyer
Posted by Bruce Carton on June 14, 2010 at 02:01 PM | Permalink
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