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Friday's Three Burning Legal Questions
1) Question: I'm about to sign a $126 million deal to play baseball with a Major League team. Can I throw into the contract that I shall be entitled to wear jersey No. 28 forevermore?
Answer: No problem! (ESPN, Players show they have a little creativity)
2) Question: I just received three completely separate speeding tickets in a span of 70 minutes. Is this a record?
Answer: Sorry, but a woman in Sheffield Village, Ohio recently accomplished that feat in just 63 minutes. (Fox 8 News, Slow Down: Woman Ticketed 3 Times in 1 Hour) (via Legal Juice)
3) Question: I'm 7 years old. I just threw my ball and accidentally hit a man's car. Why is he handing me a piece of paper?
Answer: Sometimes when children hit a policeman's personal vehicle with a ball, they are charged with criminal mischief in the third degree. (Turley, Louisville Police Officer Suspended After Giving Seven-Year-Old Boy Ticket For Hitting His Personal Car With a Ball)
Posted by Bruce Carton on January 21, 2011 at 03:36 PM | Permalink
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