Wow. The Kardashian-Humphries sham marriage, drunk wrestling at a brewery, and a year’s worth of chicken for the safe return of a green cow.
The Halloween edition, with laws in effect that affect Halloween. Including no masks, when you can trick-or-treat, and what some sex offenders must do
Ticket fixing as a courtesy, what you cannot do on a plane, and “Facebook use” is now cited in twenty percent of U.S. divorce cases.
Fourteen punctuation marks you never knew existed. Plus, a $44,500 parking ticket and the first known trademark application for “Occupy Wall St.”
Dog poop liability, getting caught smuggling Mexican bologna into the US, illegal barbering in Florida, and stumbling around drunk as a soccer referee
Lowering the Bar has the “armadillo codes.” Plus, man steals own car, Bigfoot and First Amendment rights, and waiting in line to rob a Starbuck’s.
NambyPamby wants to teach CLEs, a truly domestic assault, unraveling DUI cases in Los Angeles, and another guy from the real-life superhero community.
It’s a good day when four out of the five selected posts are from lawyers who double as humorists.
Door-to-door breast examiner strikes plea deal, girls go wild with reckless s’moring, and mom’s always there to pick you up after an armed robbery.
Namby Pamby covers for a senior partner, a girlfriend goes stalking and blogs about it, and the ethics of using the credit cards of disruptive inmates