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Tumblr Thread: Game Warden Who Let Poachers Reel Him Up In Scuba Gear

There's taking your job seriously and then there's laying in wait underwater so you can grab ahold of a an illegal fishing line, get reeled in and scare the crap out of poachers. For some other weird history, here's the very fast story of the first soldier to take way too many military grade amphetamines.

Tumblr story of game warden who let poachers reel him in in scuba gear to catch them | Terry Grosz fish and game warden caught illegal fishers by waiting Eel river wetsuit and reeled himself fisherman cast out their lines. After writing citations and confiscating their fishing rods, he went back into river and swam away. Ultrafacts.tumblr.com
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Freeloading Housemates Get Introduced To Court System

Man, these people sound like a ball of toxic energy. You have the one dude offering nothing but generosity and understanding to the rest of the roommates, who are basically going around, freeloading, and taking advantage of one's good nature. A kind of icky feeling can arise just thinking about it. Well, the freeloading roommates ultimately learned their lesson, and were introduced to the court system. Maybe that will set them on a different path in the future. Who knows? 


Freeloading housemates squander money for utilities, so guy introduces them to court system. | r/ProRevenge JOIN u/falloutfan1987 7h Take money give bills and squander Hope like court system Background lived with group people who thought were my friends. They were 2 couples, and all lived same house almost 2 years until recently moved out. There David and Tina and Brittnay and AJ only single person there.
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Twitter User Explains Why Article 13 Passing Took A Dump On The Internet's Future

Article 13 has passed. And what might be the potential upsides? The world wants to know. And this comes after countless professionals have said that Article 13 is IMPOSSIBLE to do. 

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21 Defense Lawyers Share What It's Like Defending Guilty Clients

Defense lawyers have some steeled resolve. They wrestle with all kinds of crazed revelations from people looking to live their lives outside the cold metal bars that a law-abiding society would possibly, like to see them behind. In the case of these guilty clients, you're apt to learn a thing or two, about what you can expect from a defense lawyer, if you ever find yourself in need of one. 

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10+ Of The Funniest Ways Lawyers And Defendants Blew Their Court Cases

Legal counselors shared the biggest fails they've witnessed in the courtroom from lawyers and defendants. These are absolute gems. Sometimes, especially in tense courtrooms where the pressure's high and people's nerves are fried, EVERYTHING comes undone. 

If this list left you wanting some more courtroom drama, check out some of the most obscure laws lawyers have ever used in cases right here!

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16 Lawyers That Are Potentially Secret Outlaws

Sometimes all it takes is being smart enough to get away with it in the first place...

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These Questionable Life Hacks Are Definitely Unethical and Maybe Even Illegal

We don't recommend you try these. Except maybe the donut one, that one seems like a solid tip.

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Tumblr Thread Spotlights How Crazy It Is That Court Reporters Can Keep Straight Faces

Court reporters have criminally resilient poker faces. The wild stuff they hear in the courtroom is enough to break down the most hardened of stoic expressions, yet there they are, staring off, listlessly into their papers, noting it all for someone to read through, later on. The real question, is whether you'd hear outbreaks of laughter behind those closed doors. Cause, damn. Some of these are truly unbelievable. If you enjoyed this little segment, check out some of the strangest legal questions lawyers have been asked, over here!

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Eric Trump May Have Sent an Illegal Tweet from the Voting Booth
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Sometime between smoking in the boys room and slapping a “kick me sign” on his little bro’s back, Eric Trump found the time to vote this morning and did so Trump style. Not one to be held down by the constraints of the law, Trump took it upon himself to allegedly break one while in the voting booth.

Snapping a picture of what could be the only time that his dad will be on the ballot, Eric, who probably likes to go by the nickname “Bones” or “Daywalker,” Tweeted his excitement to his followers without regard for the rules, man. Well, it just so happens that that was illegal — not that he cares.

Well, he sort of cares because he deleted the tweet, which Yahoo thankfully posted.

via Yahoo

That might not matter, though, because the NY Daily News spoke to a lawyer about this: 

“I’m glad to see Eric Trump engaged in our valued tradition of civil disobedience by showing his ballot on the internet. However, according to the federal court what he did was illegal and he could face up to one year in jail,” said lawyer Leo Glickman, who represented voters who’d challenged the law in a federal suit. “He should have conferred with me before posting his ballot.”

No word yet if the renegade tweeter will be apprehended for the offense, but it’s good to know that there’s still someone out there breaking the rules for the rest of us.

via Buzzfeed

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Good Morning America reports of a new crime trend at gas stations where criminals creep in between the cars and sneak into unsuspecting drivers' passenger-side doors to rifle through their belongings. Police are calling them "Sliders," and it's becoming a more and more common crime occurrence.