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 am a burglar and I have successfully broken into the Radio Shack store! Is there anything here that I should avoid stealing?
Answer: You mean other than the global positioning system equipment, right? (Chicago Tribune, Prosecutors: Man who robbed Radio Shack tracked down using GPS he stole)
2) Question: I have a two-month-old child. I just woke up to find a strange woman in my child's room attempting to breastfeed him. I do not recall any discussion of this in the breastfeeding classes. Is this some kind of hospital wet-nurse program?
Answer: No, that sounds like the crime of "unlawful occupancy." Call 911! (The Associated Press, Cops: S.D. woman broke into home, attempted to breastfeed stranger's baby)
3) Question: Is it my imagination or is this guy in the Easter Bunny costume that we hired to provide Easter fun at our local mall acting really shady?
Answer: You would think Easter Bunnies would be beyond reproach but sometimes police need to walk the costumed Easter Bunny at the mall away from the public area so they can arrest him for illegally possessing prescription narcotics. (WFMY, "Easter Bunny" Arrested On Illegal Prescription Drugs Charges)
Posted by Bruce Carton on April 11, 2012 at 12:42 PM | Permalink
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