Here are today's three burning legal questions, along with the answers provided by the blogosphere. 1) Question: My license to practice law in California is currently suspended. The state bar is saying that I have engaged in the unauthorized practice of law because, among other things, I referred to myself as "Esquire" in a court document. But couldn't "Esquire" just be a reference to "a subscriber to the magazine Esquire"? Answer: The California bar says no to that argument, sorry. (Legal Profession Blog, The Meaning Of "Esquire") 2) Question: I am a policeman. We pulled a very drunk man over to give him a breathalyzer test, and he blew almost three times the legal breath-alcohol limit. While we were filling out the paperwork to charge him, we heard the sound of running water -- which turned out to be the motorist urinating directly onto our box of breath screening tubes. We had to destroy 301 contaminated tubes! This was not covered by my training -- is there some additional charge we can add against this guy to address this situation? Answer: Yes, the urinating motorist can be charged with "wilful damage" on top of the drunk driving counts, plus he...

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