Tuesday's Three Burning Legal Questions
Here are today's three burning legal questions, along with the answers provided by the blogosphere.
1) Question: The police are at my house because my husband claims I kicked him. I only did that because he was trying to grab my neck. The police asked me to give them a demonstration of what my husband did -- should I go along with that request and show them?
Answer: Sure, but don't get too animated in your demonstration or you'll be arrested for battery on a law enforcement officer. (The Daytona Beach News-Journal, Port Orange police charge woman after she re-enacts domestic abuse claim on cop)
2) Question: We are half-finished building our new dream house and we just discovered we built it 3.5 inches too close to a neighboring property. No big deal, right?
Answer: Sorry, but you are going to need to either pay about $25,000 to correct the error or buy more property to render it moot. (UPI, 3.5 inch home error costs $24,850 to repair)
3) Question: My spouse is in the D.C. jail and he is depressed. When do I get to visit him and give him a big hug?
Answer: Never -- all inmate visits at the D.C. jail are now done electronically via a camera at the new Video Visitation Center. (District of DeBonis, DeMorning Links: eVisits only)
Posted by Bruce Carton on July 31, 2012 at 10:50 AM | Permalink
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