This week, on Weird and Wacky Wednesdays we see just what happens when you don't listen to your cousin after he tells you not to eat his potato chips. Then, we look at the case of a woman who was just a little too obsessed with Dirty Dancing. Finally, our morbid fascination with cases involving death takes a strange turn into the realm of criminal harassment. Read on to find out why!
This week's edition of Weird and Wacky Wednesdays focuses on one thing in particular. As we inch closer to cannabis legalization, I thought I would break down three very weird, very wacky cases involving cannabis and the law. Because you can't get much better than a super high person doing something super funny... except when they do it in Florida, of course.
So, in honour of cannabis legalization, read on and find out more about crazy cannabis crimes!
On this week's edition of Weird and Wacky Wednesdays, we look at a truly Canadian fraud case, where a BC-wide arrest warrant has been issued. Then, we turn our attention to the unexpected perils of unsanitary tattoo practices. Finally, an argument we all have had way too many times spirals out of control. Oh no!
This week's roundup of weird and wacky legal cases starts out grim, but I promise we end on a high note. First, we look at why on earth a person would want to rob themselves. Next, we delve into a woman facing twelve criminal charges for practicing veterinary medicine without a license. Finally, we examine a funny case about an impaired driving charge on an electric scooter and look at a few other instances in which a person might find themselves on the wrong side of a drunk driving law.
It's sure to be interesting, albeit a little sad at the beginning.
This week, Weird and Wacky Wednesdays kicks off with the case of a man who dived off a BC Ferry and commandeered a life raft. I will give you three guesses as to why. Then, we examine what happens when a drug bust is a lot sweeter than expected. And finally, our attention is turned once again to a fantastic concept known as irony.
All this and more on Weird and Wacky Wednesdays!
This week, on Weird and Wacky Wednesdays, we focus on how a series of bad decisions can seriously impact a person. From a lawyer who has not one but two troublesome marriages, to a man whose viral Internet fame cost him his employment, and finally to the case of a guy who tried to buffalo buffalo and ended up buffaloed in court, this week takes us through the interesting world of how one bad decision can lead to hilarious and then disappointing results.
This week we have a very sexy edition of Weird and Wacky Wednesdays. We cover off three separate cases that show you how sex, love, and marriage can get you in a whole world of trouble. First, we look at a case involving a woman in Vancouver who was allegedly sleeping with her lawyer after marrying another man for money. Then, a police officer in trouble for using his body camera in a more Kardashian-esque manner. And finally, we look at the case of a couple who got more meat than they wanted at a steakhouse dinner.
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.
Vancouver Criminal Lawyer with a focus on impaired driving, marijuana legalization and related issues, and immediate roadside prohibition defence.