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 was supposed to meet with my lawyer at his office at noon today after he met another client at the jail, but it is 4 p.m. and he still has not arrived. His assistant cannot get ahold of him, either. Any ideas?
Answer: Sometimes when lawyers go to visit their clients in jail they are inadvertently locked in meeting rooms and forgotten about for hours by the jail workers. (NBC News, Lawyer trapped, forgotten inside San Diego-area jail)
2. Question: I was trying to sell my used car to a woman, and she asked to take the car for a test drive. On the test drive she asked if she could stop at the bank to get money for the purchase. She came back out with a bag of money, and we were on the way back to my house to complete the transaction when a swarm of police pulled my car over and drew their guns on us. Do people sometimes rob banks while on test drives in other people's cars?
Answer: It happens. (Yahoo! News, Woman allegedly uses car test drive to rob bank)
3. Question: Long story but I presently have 92 bags of heroin hidden in my anus. I assume this is the record, correct?
Answer: No, a gang member in New Jersey was arrested last week following a routine traffic stop with an even 100 bags of heroin in his anus. (Daily Mail, Gang member arrested with ONE HUNDRED bags of heroin 'concealed in his butt')
Posted by Bruce Carton on February 26, 2013 at 12:00 PM | Permalink
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