Here are today's three burning legal questions, along with the answers provided by the blogosphere. 1) Question: I am a juror in an attempted murder trial. Can I get the judge to postpone opening statements in the case for five hours so I can attend an audition for a part in a Law & Order episode? Answer: No problem. (ABA Journal, Judge Postpones Attempted Murder Trial So Juror Can Attend 'Law & Order' Tryout) 2) Question: I won a gold medal in the Olympics, and was given a prize of $25,000 cash from the U.S. Olympic Committee. Do I need to pay tax on the cash I received? Answer: Yes, unless the new bill proposed by Senator Marco Rubio passes. (Forbes, Going For Tax-Exempt Gold: Bill Introduced to Eliminate Tax on Olympic Medals) 3) Question: I am a woman driving my car with no shirt on because I am on the way to "surprise" my boyfriend with my toplessness. But now the police are trying to pull me over for speeding. This is way too embarrassing -- should I just floor it and try to flee the cops here? Answer: No, there is no "toplessness" exception to your duty to...

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