Friday's Three Burning Legal Questions
Here are today's three burning legal questions, along with the answers provided by the blogosphere.
1) Question: Judges sentence criminal defendants, but they also can marry people right? So that means I could possibly have the judge in the criminal firearms case in which I am a defendant marry me and my girlfriend after he sentences me?
Answer: Correct! (News OK, Oklahoma judge hands down prison sentence, then presides over nuptials)
2) Question: I received $137 in speeding tickets due to red light cameras in my town. It took me 6 hours of folding but I plan to pay the tickets off with 137 dollar bills folded into origami pigs and stuffed into a donut box. Get it? Pigs? Donuts? Ha! Can I do this?
Answer: Yes, but be prepared that the police cashier may make you unfold every one of the bills. (ClickOnDetroit, Man pays $137 ticket with 137 origami pigs)
3) Question: We have installed expensive red light cameras in our town, but people keep vandalizing the cameras, shooting them with marbles, lighting them on fire, etc. Is there such a thing as cameras that monitor other red light cameras, so we can catch the vandals? If so, we want one!
Answer: Of course! (Mike Rosenwald, In Prince George's, cameras to monitor speed cameras. Really.)
Posted by Bruce Carton on September 14, 2012 at 04:31 PM | Permalink
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