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've been in jail at the county detention center for a couple months. The deputy is telling me that I am free to go but I don't have a ride and I'm not walking home. What if I just tell the deputy I'm not leaving until one of the officers agrees to provide me with a ride?
Answer: You'll probably be arrested again, for trespassing, and put right back in jail. (CBS News, Man refuses to leave NC jail, gets rearrested)
2) Question: My lady and I would like to get married but we don't have a car and we only have $100 between us. What are our options in the Las Vegas area?
Answer: You are in luck-- the Las Vegas Wedding Wagon will drive to you and perform a 10-minute, curbside wedding for only $99. (UPI, Las Vegas Wedding Wagon delivers nuptials)
3) Question: Can I get in trouble for emailing a picture of a cartoon villain to a school administrator?
Answer: If it is a picture of the Joker from Batman, you can be charged with making a terroristic threat. (WHAS11, UK student facing charges after emailing picture of the Joker to school administrator)
Posted by Bruce Carton on July 27, 2012 at 02:52 PM | Permalink
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