He has to pay $46k in legal fees, and is fighting it all the way down. How is this guy still holding his shingle?
By: dave
Monday, Apr 15th 2013 (12:03am)
Russians now have a new nonlethal device. A series of shuttlecock on a machine gun.
By: spam_vigilante
Tuesday, Jun 12th 2012 (7:59am) | Thanks: Arbroath
A woman who placed her ex-boyfriend's penis in a piping-hot hair straightener and squeezed is not guilty of assault, a Swedish court has ruled.
By: dave
Tuesday, May 8th 2012 (12:01am) | Thanks: arbroath
Some people just can't keep their hands to themselves. Others have the exact opposite problem. Nowhere is this point better illustrated than ex-Santa Fe police sergeant Mike Eiskant, 41. He was caught allegedly masturbating in his squad car after having a sexual conversation.
By: spam_vigilante
Saturday, Apr 14th 2012 (12:05am) | Thanks: KEP
I've never claimed to have extensive knowledge of U.S. legislation throughout history, but it's safe to say that I and most people I associate with are law-abiding citizens - or not. As it turns out, every state in this country has at least one wacky legal stipulation that could land residents in hot water if they don't comply. Don't say I didn't warn you.
By: spam_vigilante
Sunday, Feb 26th 2012 (3:21am)
It's part webcomic and part law class, and all interesting
By: spam_vigilante
Thursday, Feb 9th 2012 (4:24am)
A bill introduced in the Oklahoma Legislature has some folks scratching their heads, as it prohibits "the manufacture or sale of food or products which use aborted human fetuses."
By: dave
Thursday, Jan 26th 2012 (12:05am) | Thanks: b stabby
According to the award at the end of this San Diego trial, the going rate is $5 million per inch.
By: dave
Tuesday, Jan 24th 2012 (12:00am) | Thanks: t0ast3d
Gayane Zokhrabov is suing Hiroyuki Joho's estate because he had the audacity to go and get hit by a train and knock her down with his dismembered flying torso. Initially thrown out of court, a Chicago appeals court has just said 'Ok.'
By: dave
Thursday, Jan 5th 2012 (12:01am)
...and therefore aren't shielded by the same legal protections, leaving them open to libel lawsuits. I suppose this means I have to stop saying that Brett Favre blows dead goats. Online, anyway.
By: dave
Friday, Dec 9th 2011 (6:26am) | Thanks: mefi
The family of an Ipswich boy chased to his death by a magpie last year has called for tighter controls on the birds after another was spared the death penalty.
By: dave
Friday, Sep 9th 2011 (7:00am) | Thanks: arbroath
Not like it was that great in the first place, but they've taken interpretation of the 4th amendment to an astonishing new low by making it illegal to resist illegal police entry in your home.
By: dave
Monday, May 16th 2011 (12:01am) | Thanks: b stabby
Florida lawmakers, brilliant legislators that they are, recently passed a law against having sex with animals. Problem is, people are animals too, so after Oct 1 they won't be allowed to make teh sexx0rs.
By: dave
Thursday, May 12th 2011 (5:08am)
Love her or hate her, the recent attempt to TM her name was recently rejected.
The application was rejected for two reasons. First, the examiner pointed out, the fact that your name appears in a news article or on your Facebook page is not evidence that you are "providing a website" featuring political information. Second, Palin did not sign the application.
By: spam_vigilante
Monday, Feb 7th 2011 (8:55am)
A country known for it's international neutrality and uber-private banking, Switzerland has a reputation as a nice place, albeit with horrible dental care.

Turns out, Switzerland might not be the nicest place in the Alps. As evidenced by:
1) My last post
2) This item
3) And This item
By: Mr._Dog
Wednesday, Jan 12th 2011 (7:48am)
But imagine getting busted by your spouse. Twice.
By: Mr._Dog
Friday, Nov 26th 2010 (2:29pm)
Courts are helping banks screw over homeowners. Retired judges are rushing through complex cases to speed foreclosures in Florida.
An excerpt from next week's release in Rolling Stone mag by Matt Taibbi.
By: spam_vigilante
Monday, Nov 15th 2010 (9:07am)
Now here is a man I can admire. Question is, did he do it just to have his day in court?
By: dave
Friday, Oct 1st 2010 (12:01am) | Thanks: reddit
It just doesn't have the same ring to it when it doesn't end in a 5, but for twenty-five bucks, soon you may be able to legally speed in Nevada. It'll be fun, until someone that didn't pay gets killed.
By: ZiB
Sunday, Sep 5th 2010 (12:29pm) | Thanks: /.
Parece que el proyecto de ley de inmigracion no solo los ilegales objetivo, simplemente no-blancos. Oy gevalt!

Anglicise the post here
By: Mr._Dog
Sunday, May 2nd 2010 (1:02pm)
Oh great, now it's illegal to knowingly create an animal/human hybrid here. What the fuck, Arizona legislature? I thought you were supposed to represent the will of the people!
By: dave
Friday, Apr 30th 2010 (9:58am) | Thanks: digg
You can specialize in criminal law, or property law, or business law - but if you're a barrister with an eye to the future, you can now specialize in space law.
By: dave
Tuesday, Mar 16th 2010 (6:07am) | Thanks: boingboing
We have a home theater with a 6' x 8' projection screen, and we're throwing a Superbowl party this upcoming Sunday. Of all the things that would make me a criminal in today's society, this appears to be the most recent.
By: dave
Tuesday, Feb 2nd 2010 (5:34am) | Thanks: /.
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We have become such a litigious society that everyone is suing anyone for the most inane reasons. Here are some of the most ridiculous examples.
By: dave
Friday, Jan 22nd 2010 (5:03am) | Thanks: neatorama
Hot on the heels of ZiB's post yesterday on the incredible track record of the UK's Big-Brothery surveillance system, here's another tale of English jurisprudence.
By: dave
Tuesday, Aug 25th 2009 (12:11am)

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