This week's roundup of weird and wacky legal cases makes you question whether drinking is really a good idea after all. We feature two foolish men who did something dumb enough to get them arrested, after drinking. And then, just for good measure, we examine the case of a man who won $350,000 from his ex-girlfriend, after she hacked into his email.
In this week's edition of Weird and Wacky Wednesdays, we look at crying the courtroom, which is certainly unusual but not unprecedented. Then, we move on to a naked man just trying to get some exercise. And we finish off with a case involving a man suing his ex-wife's lover after discovering the affair.
In alternate titles for this week's post, I was thinking "Why are some men so shitty?" Because, well, read on to find out why some men are so shitty.
This week's roundup of Weird and Wacky Wednesday legal cases looks at the least sexy sex act you can commit, and how it got a lawyer suspended from the bar for two years. Next, the case of a man facing thousands of dollars in fines over a stupid decision involving his boat. And finally, we revisit cannibalism because eating people never gets old.
They say a man who represents himself has a fool for a lawyer. But what if you have a pile of wool for a lawyer? Find out more about this strange situation on this week's edition of Weird and Wacky Wednesdays. Then, we explore the case of a thirteen-year-old charged with eavesdropping. And because I'm partial to impaired driving, another wacky excuse that didn't fly in a DUI investigation.
In honour of the 4th of July, I decided to make this week's edition of Weird and Wacky Wednesdays focus on weird and wacky legal cases that are distinctly American. From the Flintstones Vitamins of the rave scene, to the multi-million dollar legal award for "mental anguish" after a botched music festival, to a man who loved his girlfriend just a little too much, this week is a roundup of crazy legal cases that will make you shake your head and say "Only in America."
This week's roundup of weird and wacky legal cases features heavily cases involving impaired driving and DUI stops. Why? Because drunk people are often always good for a laugh and for creating new or interesting legal analysis. This week, a man chugged a beer at a DUI stop, while another DUI offender claimed his dog was driving. Finally, just to mix it up, we look at the Wendy's where it truly was "waaaaaay better than fast food."
In this edition of the Weird and Wacky Wednesdays compendium, we feature a strange assortment of cases. First, there's the case of a man who asked the police to test his drugs. Then, an Australian man with a chip embedded in his hand. And finally, we end on a high note: cannibalism.
This week, Weird and Wacky Wednesdays looks at how powdered milk gave rise to a constitutional challenge, how driving in reverse may be dangerous driving, and in honour of the Animal Justice Paw and Order podcast, a case about clemency being granted to a cow that unlawfully crossed international borders.
In this week's edition of Weird and Wacky Wednesdays, we consider legal issues that arise when Captain Kirk masturbates at a bus stop, when peacocks attack, and whether "sugar daddies" have any legal recourse where the relationship is solely one-sided.
In this week's roundup of weird and wacky legal cases, we look at a case involving an eviction of a family member, a suspension of a teenager from school, and an arrest over a Burger King Coupon. Perhaps, finally, the angriest Whopper.
Vancouver Criminal Lawyer with a focus on impaired driving, marijuana legalization and related issues, and immediate roadside prohibition defence.