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DisOrder in the Court: 31 Funny, Frivolous & Outrageous Lawsuits that Will Make You Laugh Out Loud
     

DisOrder in the Court: 31 Funny, Frivolous & Outrageous Lawsuits that Will Make You Laugh Out Loud

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by Quincy Oliver
 
DisOrder in the Court: 31 Funny, Frivolous & Outrageous Lawsuits That Will Make You Laugh Out Loud! There is no doubt that some lawsuits must be litigated in court for a number of reasons. However, there are some lawsuits that probably should never see the light of day in a courtroom. Some are funny, some are frivolous and some are just plain outrageous, but they

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DisOrder in the Court: 31 Funny, Frivolous & Outrageous Lawsuits That Will Make You Laugh Out Loud! There is no doubt that some lawsuits must be litigated in court for a number of reasons. However, there are some lawsuits that probably should never see the light of day in a courtroom. Some are funny, some are frivolous and some are just plain outrageous, but they all beg the question: How did this case ever to go trial? If you were the judge, how would you rule in each case? A prison inmate sues himself for $5 million. A man sold his body to science and sues to get it back. A woman sues her husband for not having sex with her. After reading each case, decide how you would rule. Choose from three answers. After making your ruling, turn the page for the actual verdict. The ruling in some cases will amaze you!

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ISBN-13:
9780971238022
Publisher:
Quincy Oliver Publishing Company
Publication date:
05/15/2013
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
74
Sales rank:
574,117
File size:
1 MB

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DisOrder in the Court: 31 Funny, Frivolous & Outrageous Lawsuits that Will Make You Laugh Out Loud 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Funny how stupid a lawyer can be sometimes. Hard to believe they really ask some of these questions.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
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