A Kansas City grocery store is being sued because one of its employees shoved his hand down her pants and grabbed her breast — and the nearby cashier said, “he has been doing that all day.”
Houston lawyer responds to middle school kids’ video dissing his daughter with cease-and-desist letters and lawsuit.
An Amish man was arrested in Indiana after allegedly sending lewd photos to a 12-year-old girl — and then showing up at her house in a horse and buggy.
A Taiwanese blogger was sentenced to 30 days in jail and ordered to pay around $7,000 in damages for saying a restaurant’s food was too salty.
The hazards of smoking “a strange strand of herb.”
Being a witch from another world does not create legal or even diplomatic immunity.
This case decides the heretofore undecided question of whether the act of defecating in one’s pants upon being informed of a pending criminal charge is a relevant fact for the jury.
Marles v. Texas (Tex. Ct. App. 1996)