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Lawsuit Arising From The Firing Of A Bottle Rocket From A Guy’s …

Yeah, firing a bottle rocket out of your butt is never a good idea. And it’s even worse if it fails to launch! From the recently filed West Virginia case of Helmburg v. The Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity and Travis Hughes: Defendant Hughes was highly intoxicated … and decided in…

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Wait, You Mean Metal Gets Hot In The Sun? Get Out!

So, you’re telling me that if metal is exposed to the sun, it’ll get hot? NFW! Who would have thought that? Not this woman, who had some wire in her bathing suit (guess where) and got burned. As reported by The New York Post: A Long Island sun worshipper landed…

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Having Sex While Driving 85 MPH?

You can allege anything. The question is, can you prove it? Check out the allegations in a lawsuit currently pending in Fairfax County (Virginia) Circuit Court, as reported in The Washington Post: Paragraph 10. “At the time of the collision, Defendant was going 85 miles per hour.” Paragraph 12. “At…

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Drug Trafficker Appeals Over Dog In Courtroom?

If you’re serving 15 years in prison, how better to spend your time than trying to get yourself out of prison? This gent came up with an interesting theory that, though it hasn’t yet succeeded, it at least passed one court’s smell test. As reported in The South Florida Sun-Sentinel:…

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Seriously? A Motion To Continue A Trial For That?

Regular Juice readers may recall that this will not be the first post involving a Motion to Continue a trial due to … a football game! I’m sure it won’t be the last, unfortunately. And just in case you think that maybe The Juice just doesn’t like football … He…

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Yes, An Interrogatory About Beer Pong, And A Truly Awesome Response

Clearly, the attorney asking the question needs to get out more. Not so for the responding attorney. From an actual case… NTERROGATORY NO. 16: Please describe how “beer pong” is played, including the needed equipment and/or materials. RESPONSE TO INTERROGATORY NO. 16: Defendants object to this Request as vague, ambiguous,…