In this edition: a couple of unnecessary warnings, unexpected hot sauce, a defendant with magic pockets, and an American suspicious of math.
In this edition: a good reason to turn off your phone in court, the arrest of a fire-breather, shocking judicial conduct, and Wikipedia nerds.
In this edition: the “Filner headlock,” a German hotel mystery, motorized beer coolers (again) and other reasons Australia seems fun, and the last ride of the Jammie Dodger gang.
In this edition: Is “Trump supporter” a protected class? Also, good news for hovering moose hunters, bad news for one regular squirrel hunter, and Maryland reconsiders its state song.
In this edition: gnome-endangerment charges, Batmobile copyright issues, and further confirmation that the First Amendment protects the right to swear at authority.
In this edition: meerkat expert wins on appeal, woman allegedly launched from commode, criminals with GPS issues, and yet another person who shouldn’t talk to the press.
In this edition: the return of Beezow; a 50,000-volt penalty for talking in court; the South Carolina Legislature wastes some (more) time, and a defense to remember.
In this edition: Twitter crime, logo revision, autolitigation, and yet more security panic.
In this edition: DUI lawyer demonstrates what not to do, inmate sues for being allowed to escape, and poor planning leads to bigamy arrest. Also, your word of the day is “hibernaculum.”
In this edition: the schooling of a brain thief, criticism of the Secret Service, and another win for the Thought It Was a Giant Panda defense.