Tuesday's Three Burning Legal Questions
Here are today's three burning legal questions, along with the answers provided by the blogosphere.
1) Question: I received a $2,212 bill for lawn resodding from my stupid homeowner association. There is no way I am paying that. How much will it cost me to fight this in court?
Answer: Probably around $220,000. (ABA Journal, Homeowners Who Spent $220K in Legal Fees to Fight $2K HOA Lawn Bill Win Court Case After 11 Years)
2) Question: I raced out of work early to watch my 12-year-old son play in his rugby match. Why am I being turned away at the field by Isambard Community School officials?
Answer: Sorry, but Isambard Community School has now banned parents from watching their children take part in sports events unless they pass a criminal records background check. (The Telegraph, School bans parents watching sports day without criminal record check)
3) Question: Oh man, I am being pulled over for drunk driving. Can I maybe get out of this by spraying cologne into my mouth to mask the scent?
Answer: Doubtful. (The Boston Globe, Suspected drunk driver in Boston sprays cologne in his mouth after hitting dump truck, police say)
Posted by Bruce Carton on October 2, 2012 at 02:42 PM | Permalink
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