Thursday's Three Burning Legal Questions
Here are today's three burning legal questions, along with the answers provided by the blogosphere.
1) Question: Today is my wedding day. At the reception, one of the drunk guests was slow-dancing with my new husband/groom for way too long. I asked her to stop and she got upset and started yelling at me and tried to hit me, and then she "fell to the ground kicking and screaming and being belligerent." I do not need this at my wedding! Can we get her charged with something, ASAP, please!
Answer: Yes, her actions could get her charged with "assault and disorderly conduct intoxication-persisting." (The Morning Journal, For better or for worse; Drunken wedding guest dancing with groom sparks fight, arrested)
2) Question: My dog just ate my four tickets to the Masters golf tournament. Nooooooo!!! If I can induce the dog to vomit up the tickets and then piece them all back together and send a photo of the regurgitated/pieced-together tickets to the people running the tournament, can I still use the tickets?
Answer: No problem. (Deadspin, Dog Eats Man's Masters Tickets, Man Induces Dog To Puke, Man Pieces Tickets Back Together)
3) Question: I just got a job delivering marijuana door-to-door for a medical marijuana company. I'm a bit apprehensive about this -- what are the main things I need to worry about?
Answer: Ninja attack. (Lowering the Bar, Pot Delivery Guy Reports Ninja Attack)
Posted by Bruce Carton on April 5, 2012 at 02:00 PM | Permalink
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