Friday's Three Burning Legal Questions
Here are today's three burning legal questions, along with the answers provided by the blogosphere.
1) Question: I work for my state's Adopt-a-Highway program. The KKK just applied to adopt and clean up part of a local highway. Do we need to allow this?
Answer: No, but other states that have rejected such adoptions have subsequently lost legal battles with the KKK over this issue. (The Associated Press, KKK may challenge Ga. highway adoption denial; Daily Report, Mo. lawyer: KKK has a strong case)
2) Question: I got into an argument with my boyfriend and he put wasabi sauce all over a pair of my jeans and threw them at me, getting it into my eyes. That has to be a crime, right? That sauce hurts!!
Answer: Oh yes, that is "assault and battery by dangerous weapon/sauce.” (The Smoking Gun, College Student Arrested For Wasabi Attack)
3) Question: My car broke down right across from House of Commons and Westminster Abbey. Should I head over to the Abbey to see if someone can help me?
Answer: You probably should stay with the vehicle, because if the police find it unattended they will likely blow it up and write you a ticket, to boot. (London Evening Standard, Welcome to London 2012: Tourist has illegally parked car BLOWN UP ... and then (naturally) he's given a ticket)
Posted by Bruce Carton on June 15, 2012 at 04:17 PM | Permalink
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