Wednesday's Three Burning Legal Questions
Here are today's three burning legal questions, along with the answers provided by the blogosphere.
1) Question: How many car washes does it take to get free sex at this car wash?
Answer: It used to be free sex after nine car washes, but the police busted that up. So no free sex for you. (USA Today, Police bust ends 'free sex after nine car washes')
2) Question: Should I tell the judge that I cannot be a juror in a lawsuit in his court due to my "extreme homophobic and racist views?"
Answer: Well, it may get you off of the case, but it may also get you charged with contempt of court. Your call! (Daily Echo, 'Too homophobic and racist to be a juror' at Southampton Crown Court)
3) Question: I am a police officer. We were called to respond to a domestic dispute and asked an intoxicated woman to leave. As she was leaving, a witness told me to "check her pants." The woman then shook her leg and an unharmed Chihuahua fell out. This was not covered by my training. What is the proper charge here, if any?
Answer: Sounds like suspicion of animal cruelty. (9 News, Police: Woman shoves Chihuahua down pants during dispute)
Posted by Bruce Carton on September 12, 2012 at 04:14 PM | Permalink
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