The Day's Three Burning Legal Questions
Here are today's three burning legal questions, along with the answers provided by the blogosphere.
1) Question: Why is this rent-a-cop at the Minnesota Twins stadium trying to tell me I can't kiss my same-sex girlfriend while I'm here watching a baseball game?
Answer: Ten Commandments violation. (Bad Lawyer, Ten Commandments Prohibits Lezzy Kissing at Minnesota Twins Stadium)
2) Question: I just received a $100,000 deposit in my bank account that was mistakenly sent to me by the IRS. They don't even owe me any money! W00t!! What should I spend it on? My student loans, maybe?
Answer: Maybe not, as doing so could get you charged with a felony count of grand theft by misappropriation of lost property. (Consumerist, IRS Gives $110,000 To Wrong Guy, Now He's In Jail)
3) Question: We have a helper in our home to assist with my ailing wife. Among other things, the helper alerts my wife when someone is at the door, as my wife has a hearing problem. But today, the state Game Commission raided our home and seized our helper. Can it do that?
Answer: Is your helper a monkey? If so, you should know that state Game Commissions rarely grant permits for monkeys because they can carry diseases potentially fatal to humans. (Associated Press, Terminal cancer patient wants seized monkey back)
Posted by Bruce Carton on June 21, 2011 at 03:29 PM | Permalink
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