Friday's Three Burning Legal Questions
Here are today's three burning legal questions, along with the answers provided by the blogosphere.
1) Question: I'm a lawyer. I'm thinking about buying space on a billboard and putting my photo on it along with the slogan, "Call Me. I'm a Lawyer. I'm on a Billboard." Brilliant, right?
Answer: Yes, but that slogan is already taken. (Tosh.0, He's On A Billboard)
2) Question: The rear door to a bank courier van driving in front of us on the highway just blew open, and $100,000 in cash is now scattered on the road. Many motorists have now stopped and are quickly scooping up the cash -- is this a finders, keepers situation?
Answer: No, police say that just because the money flew out of the van does not mean it is free cash to whomever finds it. They say taking it is theft. (The Associated Press, Bank van accidentally dumps cash on Pa. highway)
3) Question: I'm interested in a career as an armored car driver. Is it OK if I just knock on the window of one of the Brinks truck drivers to ask for some career advice?
Answer: It would be more advisable for you to telephone the office or send a letter. Young men who knock on the windows of Brinks trucks looking for career advice sometimes find themselves in police custody, mistakenly accused of attempted armed robbery. (Charleston Gazette, Teen startled Brinks driver, police say)
Posted by Bruce Carton on December 2, 2011 at 01:27 PM | Permalink
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