Hypothetically Speaking

My friend just sent me an email with an interesting question…

If you saw me in the back of a police car, what would you think I had been arrested for?


14 Responses to “Hypothetically Speaking”

  1. Laina Says:

    Drunk and disorderly. Or indecent exposure. 😉

    Do me, do me! LOL

  2. E Says:

    After that post, I’d agree with the drunk and disorderly but usually, probably embezzlement, some sort of industrial espionage, or some special kind of contempt.

  3. Lola Famous Says:

    Probably protesting in front of a McCain White House or in front of a healthcare company’s building.

    Or, trying to cross the border to Canada illegally?

  4. ArchaicD Says:

    Optimistically I’d think your a witness to a crime and being a good citizen inside the vehicle to fill out a description report of the true villian. But after reading the blog I say either public lewdness or moral interpitude. Go for the gold, moral interpitude!

  5. vvk Says:

    For wearing Patent Leather shoes in Cleveland Ohio…


  6. suz Says:

    Public Intox? Or sodomy? Running naked through the White House lawn sprinklers? Okay, the last one is my secret wish for your life.

  7. Laina Says:

    Define sodomy. I want to know if I’m guilty…

  8. kjohnsonesq Says:

    Where you not awake in Con Law?

  9. Herb Says:

    Okay I was totally going to say sodomy earlier today but I didn’t think this was that type of blog.

  10. Laina Says:

    Of course I was awake in Con Law, I think I was one of Strasser’s favs, actually. 😉

    Anyway, I know the BASIC definition, but some states expand on it to include more naughty (and fun) stuff. *blush*

  11. AnonaEsq Says:

    Yes, Laina, if you have to ask if you are guilty, you are.

  12. AnonaEsq Says:

    To answer your question with a question, is rifling through law professor’s underwear drawer without his knowledge a crime?

  13. AnonaEsq Says:

    Laina, I was Strasser’s favorite because he could always count on me for the absurd.

  14. Zandria Says:

    I’ve ridden in the back of a police car on a number of occasions, but I wasn’t being arrested (I just, uh…knew the officer). I wondered what people were thinking when they passed us in their cars, because sometimes I’d catch them staring at me. (Wondering what the blond chick was getting arrested for, I’m sure…)

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