Funny Laws

A Critical Look at Current Airport Security Standards

September 14, 2013

The U.S. Congress created the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) in the wake of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks to increase the safety of travelers, particularly in airports and airplanes. Since then, the TSA’s staff and budget have ballooned as new perceived threats have emerged. Unfortunately, Americans aren’t any more secure than they were pre-9/11. […]

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Quirky Roofing Laws in the United States

May 23, 2013

In a court of law, ignorance is not a valid defense. In other words, just because you didn’t know something was illegal doesn’t give you a free pass if you go ahead and do it. Citizens are responsible for taking the time to learn the laws that affect what they can and cannot do in […]

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9 of the most ridiculous lawsuits in the US Courts

April 25, 2011

A natural product of a litigious society, ridiculous claims do get made, sometimes with extravagant amounts of money being sought. This post on 9 top ridiculous lawsuits was recently discovered via StumbleUpon

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Funny Laws: A horse, an owl and a hen party

February 7, 2011

As I believe comic relief is important with blogging, blawgging and life itself, I thought it would be pertinent to bring to your attention a couple of interesting stories I have found from some of the criminal blawgs of the United States. A horse From the South Carolina Criminal Defense Blog comes a delightfully short […]

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Welcome to USBlawg: Legal News Blog on US Law

September 22, 2010

Welcome to USblawG: US Law 2.0.

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