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 bought some of those "toning shoes" that claim to provide a workout just by walking around in them but my butt is as big as ever. Plus, I wound up just toppling over in the shoes and hurting my ankle. Can I sue someone?
Answer: Yes, at least 90 personal injury lawsuits are already pending in federal and state court against Skechers USA Inc. (The National Law Journal, Suits pile up over toning shoes)
2) Question: I just had an awesome meal at Denny's but now realize I only have $1 with me. Can I pay this tab off with the $1 and a bag of marijuana?
Answer: No, Spicoli. And don't start walking around the restaurant trying to sell the pot to other diners, either. (MSN Now, Stoner tries to pay for meal at Denny's with a bag of weed)
3) Question: The assistant principal at my son's elementary school confiscated my son's iPod. I am thinking about responding to this injustice by creating a fake profile of the assistant principal on a pornographic website, complete with explicit photos. I feel better already. Is there any downside to this plan?
Answer: Oh, yes -- you could be convicted of felonies, including taking the identity of another and computer fraud, and face some jail time. (The Republic, Parent gets back at school official with porn site)
Posted by Bruce Carton on May 30, 2012 at 03:24 PM | Permalink
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