Here are today's three burning legal questions, along with the answers provided by the blogosphere. 1) Question: I'm a weatherman in the Netherlands, and people get completely bent out of shape when I get the forecast wrong. Hey, I'm doing my best! What are they going to do about it, throw me in jail? Answer: No jail, but weather forecasters who get the forecast wrong in the Netherlands may soon face fines. (CBC News, Faulty weather forecasts could lead to fines in Netherlands) 2) Question: I am the mayor of a small town, but the town's police are trying to arrest me for entering an office that is off-limits to me. Can I simply fire the officers who are trying to arrest me? Answer: Nope! (Seattle Weekly, The Terminator: Pink-Slip-Happy Mayor Cy Tries to Fire Cops As They're Arresting Him) 3) Question: I'm a civilian contractor doing some painting work on a nuclear-powered attack submarine. I don't feel like working today, and was thinking about starting a small fire to get out of work early. Do you see any "cons" associated with this plan? Answer: You could end up causing $400 million in damage to the submarine and face up...

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