Wednesday's Three Burning Legal Questions
Here are today's three burning legal questions, along with the answers provided by the blogosphere.
1. Question: I'm a new police officer and I was just dispatched to arrest a woman who is supposedly on a "genital kicking spree." This was not covered in the police training. What is a "genital kicking spree" and should I be getting into my SWAT team gear?
Answer: A "genital kicking spree" is just what it sounds like -- someone standing on a city street in broad daylight kicking random strangers in the genitals. Be prepared. Maybe wear a protective cup, at a minimum. (Time.com, Florida Woman Arrested After Genital Kicking Spree)
2. Question: I am an elderly, bedridden man but I need to go to court to testify in support of an extension of a protection order against my estranged wife. Can I just testify by Skype?
Answer: No problem. (WSJ Law Blog, Bedridden Man Uses Skype to Testify Against Wife)
3. Question: Can I let my 3-year-old child pump my gas for me? He'll love it!
Answer: No, that will get you charged with child endangerment. (The Smoking Gun, Mom Charged For Letting Son, 3, Pump Gasoline)
Posted by Bruce Carton on February 13, 2013 at 04:14 PM | Permalink
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