Friday's Three Burning Legal Questions
Here are today's three burning legal questions, along with the answers provided by the blogosphere.
1) Question: Is there any service that will help me find a third-year law student to do work for me while the student is semi-naked or nude?
Answer: Of course. (Times LIVE, Working Naked Takes Off)
2) Question: I'm actually not the "new manager" of this Denny's restaurant, but I just told the staff I was, and walked into the kitchen and started to whip myself up some food. Can I get into any trouble for this? In some ways they ought to be paying me, right, since I'm doing all the work?
Answer: Wrong. You need to walk right back out of that kitchen ASAP before you get yourself charged with disorderly conduct. (The Consumerist, Trying To Cook Your Own Meal At Denny's Will Probably Get You Arrested)
3) Question: I was angry at my ex-wife over some divorce and child visitation issues and I blasted her on my Facebook page. Now the judge says that I need to apologize to my ex-wife on my Facebook page or go to jail! Can he do this??
Answer: He can do it, but you may have a strong First Amendment objection if you want to fight it. On the other hand, a different judge made a guy get his wife flowers, take her to Red Lobster and then go bowling with her, so who knows. (The Cincinnati Enquirer, Ex-husband gets choice of jail or a Facebook apology)
Posted by Bruce Carton on February 24, 2012 at 01:42 PM | Permalink
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