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 live in a "concealed carry" state for guns, and I am all for it. The only problem is that my gun doesn't really fit in my pants or go well with any of my outfits. Any ideas?
Answer: Yes, check out the Woolrich Elite Concealed Carry line of chinos and shirts, which are designed with special pockets for the "fashion-aware gun owner." (The New York Times, New Fashion Wrinkle: Stylishly Hiding the Gun)
2) Question: I am interested in becoming an expert in forensics, but I am very busy with my day job and I'm afraid I do not have the time or money to get trained and certified. What does it take to become a Certified Forensic Consultant in this field?
Answer: About 90 minutes total and $495. Plus another $50 if you want a white lab coat. (Simple Justice, A Fab Career as a Forensics Expert!!!)
3) Question: I am in line at the bank getting ready to commit a robbery. Suddenly, however, I am having an emergency medical condition. What should I do? I think I might be dying!
Answer: You haven't done anything yet, so you could ask the teller to call 911 to get a medical team to respond. While you are waiting, however, do not hand the teller your note demanding money. In short, once you call 911 on yourself, you need to abort the initial robbery plan. (WDTN, Bank robber passes out during heist)
Posted by Bruce Carton on April 25, 2012 at 11:00 AM | Permalink
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