Wednesday's Three Burning Legal Questions
Here are today's three burning legal questions, along with the answers provided by the blogosphere.
1) Question: I just got pulled over by the police and I have marijuana in the car. Should I just try to eat it real fast?
Answer: It really depends on the amount and whether it is "raw bud" or already rolled. Here is a handy guide for next time. (Deadspin, Should You Eat Your Marijuana During A Police Stop? A Guide)
2) Question: I am working out at the local YMCA, and I live in Indiana so of course I have my concealed carry weapon with me. A man just came running through the Y with a mask on and apparently carrying a weapon, and people are freaking out. Should I shoot this fool?
Answer: Please, please be sure that the masked man is not a YMCA employee doing a safety drill. (WTHR, Avon Y under fire for emergency drill)
3) Question: I am headed off to college. I suffer from depression so I want to bring my companion animal (my guinea pig) along with me. Can I do this?
Answer: It may depend on the school, but some schools refuse to consider guinea pigs to be companion animals. (WZZM, Student sues GVSU, needs guinea pig for support)
Posted by Bruce Carton on April 4, 2012 at 12:00 PM | Permalink
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