Monday's Three Burning Legal Questions
Here are today's three burning legal questions, along with the answers provided by the blogosphere.
1) Question: It is a gorgeous day and we are going to do some jetskiiing on the lake. Is there anything we should watch out for?
Answer: Beware of lake pirates. No, seriously. (Turley, Lake Pirates? Texan Killed on Border Lake By Mexican Pirates)
2) Question: The police are about to Taser me! All I have at my disposal to use as a shield is my two-year-old daughter. Will that work?
Answer: No. And it will likely get you a year in prison and mandatory parenting classes. (AP, Dad Gets Jail for Using Toddler as Taser Shield)
3) Question: Who says I can't have the word "crap" on a sign in my front yard? That word was used four times in a 15-second period on a "Seinfeld" episode, how can it be "obscene?"
Answer: Notwithstanding your crafty "Seinfeld" defense, the East Hanover Township still says a sign protesting a mandated sewer tie-in fee stating "$10,000 TO TAKE A CRAP" must come down. (Philadelphia Inquirer, Suit defends ‘$10,000 to take a crap’ signs)
Posted by Bruce Carton on October 4, 2010 at 01:46 PM | Permalink
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