Ever wondered if Iron Man could get a DUI, zombies are legally responsible for the people they kill or the Ghost Busters could be accused of falsely imprisoning ghosts? Then you’ll love this great Oddee article answering all the questions you might have about fictional legal issues, as explored by real lawyers.
Firefly is awesome, but the crew of Serenity might be lucky they only lasted one season and a movie -otherwise they might have been caught and that would have been bad news. According to Peter Liss, even the actions they participated in during just the ArielÂ heist could put the whole crew behind bars for a very long time and River and Simon could even fact the death penalty!
San Diego defense lawyer Peter M. Liss says “sort of.”
There’s only one episode left, but before we know what will happen for sure, it’s still fun to speculate -for example, could Skyler get convicted for her role in Walt’s bad deeds? According to Vista defense attorney Peter M. Liss, she would probably be able to successfully fight all the charges.
Next time someone tells you that only criminals should be paranoid of the police, be sure to show them this article.
Can you believe someone actually managed to beat a murder wrap by claiming she believed she was trapped in the Matrix? If you think that’s bad, check out the rest of these terrible criminal defenses.
If you’re going to hold up a bank, you may as well do so with style, or at least that’s the thinking behind the romantically inclined Bouquet Bandit. He has so far robbed at least two banks in New York, once with a bouquet and once with a potted plant. In both cases, he left the arrangements behind for the teller like a real stud. This guy has one lucky girlfriend.
This guy is definitely batting for Team Darkside as he robs a Chase bank in Long Island in full Vader gear.