In this edition: law firm sues client, learns why that’s a bad idea; asset-forfeiture programs are still heinous; an unlikely bathroom-cleaning lawsuit; and how to make a little extra cash in Ghana.
In this edition: wearing a crown will not necessarily impress a jury; Whitesboro is still looking for a new seal; defining “Native American” is still problematic; other Americans illegally drift into Canada; when not to cite Dred Scott (ever); and a successful dongle thief.
In this edition: that shark-attack lawsuit settled, amateur thieves fail again, an Australian lawyer beats Domino’s in a pizza-delivery case, and Donald Trump.
In this edition: the state of Illinois takes on three leather vests; why arbitration is better than kidnapping; a reluctant candidate; and what not to do if your marriage seems like a prison.
In this edition: a couple of tips on faking your own death, spokespeople at work, a steakhouse surprise, and a pseudo-brilliant judicial-disqualification strategy.
In this edition: another maple-syrup heist; the ABA insists upon right-thinking; more bumbling Australian thieves; and God is not literally a “co-pilot.”
In this edition: leprechauns, Zulu-folk-musician impersonators, a big fee demand in a stupid little case, and the surprisingly high number of living dead in America.
In this edition: Brexit may have involved Bruninformed voting; an interesting stress reaction; Oklahoma police *may* let you keep your own money; and yet another Facebook-admission case.
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.