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Wednesday's Three Burning Legal Questions

1) Question: I'd like to find a job in public service that allows me to help the community. I'd also like to make no less than $800,000 per year. Any suggestions?

Answer: The Chief Administrative Officer position in Bell, Calif., may be a good fit for you. Thank you for your service. (Bloomberg, California Official's $800,000 Salary in City of 38,000 Triggers Protests) (via Turley)

2) Question: I'm a frequent air traveler and, I must say, a hot babe. How can I prevent the TSA employees from using their full-body airport scanners to get a free peep show?

Answer: Two words: "Flying pasties." (Consumerist, Will 'Flying Pasties' Help Hide Your Private Bits From Airport Scanners?)

FlyPastie

3) Question: I need to post bail to get out of jail for shoplifting, but I don't have the $400. What if I just put a $20 bill on a color photocopier and make myself some bail money. Might that work?

Answer: So, so doubtful, and you may well end up facing forgery charges, too. Don't do it. (Philly.com, Man posts bail with counterfeit bills) ( via Bad Lawyer)

Posted by Bruce Carton on July 21, 2010 at 12:44 PM | Permalink | Comments (0)

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