Other states may have their crustaceans, but only D.C. would have an amphipod. Which is also a crustacean, but still. And D.C. isn’t a state, but also, still.
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This excerpt from a judicial opinion was posted on Reddit as evidence that the practice of law is "interesting and glamorous": As already observed, one of the fence pickets concededly exceeds the permissible height by approximately 7/8ths of an inch….
In this edition: we’re still pretending to be a democracy for now, some poorly chosen tattoos, I mention a toad-venom case I forgot to mention, and some nonsense about islands.
In this edition: the Manson family might be getting back together; Minnesota’s getting an official horse; Kris Kobach isn’t a trial lawyer; the last of Martin Shkreli for a while; and a federal lawsuit involving a gingerbread house.
No spoilers, but the top post of the year involved fire, pants, and a defense lawyer.
In this edition: no good deed goes unlitigated, checking the wrong box costs someone $1 billion, Capitol rioters can’t keep their mouths shut, and another human loses a cockfight.
Massachusetts got rid of its religious test in 1821—but not because it was unconstitutional.
The ruling presumably leaves him with no facial expression at all.
If you live in Zimbabwe, that is.
Few details are available regarding this incident, but then how many do you need? Last week in Tulsa, a woman noticed a man "covered in blood" stumbling around the parking lot of an apartment complex at about 1 a.m. When…