Thursday's Three Burning Legal Questions
Here are today's three burning legal questions, along with the answers provided by the blogosphere.
1) Question: My fellow 103 residents of F*cking, Austria (rhymes with "ducking") and I want to change the name of our village, for obvious reasons. At least 13 road signs bearing our village's name (costing £250 each) have been stolen, and semi-naked women are constantly posing for photographs beside the signs when they are not stolen. What are our options?
Answer: Good news, it looks like your mayor has already called for a vote on this among all of the F*ckingers for later this week! (The Telegraph, Austrian village F---ing to vote on name change)
2) Question: I am working at a police checkpoint. A man just walked up to me holding a wanted poster ("Be on the Lookout") bearing his own face, and demanded the $100 finder’s fee referenced on the poster. I asked if the person on the poster was him, and he said "Yes, yes, that's me! Can I get my award now?" This was not covered in my police training! Do I arrest him? Give him the $100? Both? Neither?
Answer: Yes to arresting him, no to giving him the $100. (The Washington Post, Taliban commander turns self in ... for reward on 'Wanted' poster)
3) Question: I am trying to do some bootleg "deer jerky" sales off of an ad on my Facebook page. I have some interested buyers who have called me, but I have my suspicions about them. Police don't do undercover deer jerky stings, do they?
Answer: Oh yes they do! (WSMV, Ex-TN deputy busted in undercover jerky sting)
Posted by Bruce Carton on April 19, 2012 at 04:18 PM | Permalink
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