Fox 2 Now in St. Louis gave us this gem of a story. Police pulled over Joseph Meacham in Clayton, Missouri when he ran a red light. Meacham was not going to give up easily, or so he thought. Once police pulled Meacham over, the suspect jumped out of his vehicle and started running away,…
Dirty New York hot dogs just got a bit dirtier. According to CNN, Catherina G. Scalia (relationship unknown) was arrested for selling old fashioned hot dogs with a complementary ol’ fashioned. According to the article, an undercover police officer called Ms. Scalia to a local motel. There Ms. Scalia performed an unlicensed massage, and offered…
WPMT FOX43 of Central Pennsylvania reports that a Pennsylvania couple “stabbed one another during an argument over which contestant deserved to win ‘American Idol.’” Both Gregory Stambaugh, 57, and Karen Elaine Harrelson, 48 were being held at the fabulous York County Prison at the time the article was written. Apparently they were intoxicated at the…
The weekly news wrap from the Bitter Newsroom, thanks to Douglas Stephan
Mitt Romney’s not inhaling. Plus, an Alabama town gives criminals the choice of Jesus or jail, and six laws you’ve broken without even realizing it.
Tip to client: when picking up your boyfriend at the police station for drunk driving, don’t be drunk driving.
In the happy hour law review, Red Sox pitcher Eric Bedard, evicting Italy’s bamboccioni, and 100,000 mad lawyers who aren’t going to take it anymore.
A boycott of Schweddy Balls, the campaign to free the Banana Man, and pot-smoking muppets continue to one-up Netflix. It’s the happy hour law review.
In a banner day, we get 6 judges who go nuts on the bench, divorce on the grounds of Alzheimer’s, and a guy who changed his name to Led Zeppelin II.
A truly harrowing tale of motherhood gone horribly wrong. Plus debunking Mr. Law School and what to do about French sexlessness and public nudity.