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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 blogosphere.

1) Question: I'm working the register at Dunkin' Donuts. I'm pretty sure this guy just said "Give me the money, I have a gun." But he may have said, "Give me a honey bun." Now what?

Answer:  Your call. When that happened in Massachusetts recently, police charged the mumbler with attempted armed robbery. (Consumerist, Dunkin' Donuts Robber Says He Was Just Asking For A Honey Bun

2) Question: I'm a cab driver. This lady is about to stiff me on the tip for a $33 cab ride to the airport! How long can I keep her locked in the backseat of my cab until she reconsiders this rudeness? 

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Answer: Unlocking the passenger's door is not optional, sir. (AP, Cabbie Arrested for Extorting $3.30 Tip)

3) Question: A judge just banned me for life from ever stepping foot in the Empire State Building again. Is that even legal?

Answer: It is certainly unusual. Were you recently caught trying try to parachute off of the Empire State Building's 86th-floor observation deck, by any chance? Judges can get prickly over that. (AP, Court bars stunt jumper from Empire State Building)

Posted by Bruce Carton on June 16, 2010 at 02:49 PM | Permalink | Comments (0)

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