Monday's Three Burning Legal Questions
Here are today's three burning legal questions, along with the answers provided by the blogosphere.
1) Question: My bank does not sell money orders. Believe me, I'm as surprised and completely outraged as you are, and I expressed my displeasure by urinating in the tube that the bank uses in its drive-through. Can I get in trouble for this?
Answer: If they find you, you may be looking at a second-degree misdemeanor charge. (WFTV, Customer reportedly urinates in drive-through bank tube) (via Legal Juice)
2) Question: My co-workers at the strip club foolishly offered to perform sex acts on undercover policemen for $250, and got themselves charged with prostitution. I also offered to perform sex acts on the undercover policemen but all I asked for in exchange was a beer. Does that count as prostitution, too?
Answer: Sorry, but yes. (The Sun News, Three women face prostitution charges in Myrtle Beach area police sting)
3) Question: Yes, I told the judge that he was in "contempt of law" but I was admitted to the bar in 1990, when the ethics rules required "zealous advocacy." Aren't I "grandfathered" in under the old ethics rules?
Answer: Apparently it does not work that way. (ABA Journal, Lawyer Who Argued He Was 'Grandfathered In' Under Old Ethics Rules Loses Contempt Appeal)
Posted by Bruce Carton on November 7, 2011 at 04:07 PM | Permalink
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