Monday's Three Burning Legal Questions
Here are today's three burning legal questions, along with the answers provided by the blogosphere.
1) Question: I am really tired from staying up late to watch "Catwoman," starring Halle Berry. On the one hand I need to steer this ferry boat safely through the fog and must concentrate. But, man, did you see "Catwoman"? Halle was jumping from everywhere like a cat. She is very beautiful. She was wearing a sexy outfit -- "
Answer: Please focus, Captain!! (Mail Online, British ferry captain crashed into fishing boat and killed skipper 'because crew were chatting about Halle Berry as Catwoman')
2) Question: I'm sure the family of a missing 20-year-old woman is upset about the situation, but do they really need to put up "MISSING" posters all over town asking people to send in tips? I mean, that's just littering, right?
Answer: Please sleep on that question and re-submit it later if you still think it is appropriate. (The Associated Press, Mom of missing Indiana University student says she's "hurt" by anonymous letter)
3) Question: I crashed my son's wedding to object to the marriage. But then he picked me up and carried me out of the church. Can he do that?
Answer: Yes, and he probably should. But he still may face face charges of disorderly conduct and coercion for tossing you out. (The Associated Press, Nev. man accused of throwing mom out of wedding)
Posted by Bruce Carton on October 24, 2011 at 11:40 AM | Permalink
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