Here are today's three burning legal questions, along with the answers provided by the blogosphere. 1. Question: The TSA is groping my teenage daughter's crotch as part of a pat-down. Is it within my First Amendment rights to tell them, in some foul language. what I think of this? Answer: No, stating your opinion here in that type of strong language is called "disorderly conduct." (The Consumerist, Court Says Berating TSA Officers During A Pat-Down Is Disorderly Conduct, Not Free Speech) 2. Question: I robbed a bank and demanded $20,000. The teller put a large amount of cash in a bag for me, which I figured out after I left the bank did not add up to $20,000. Unacceptable! Should I just go back and get the rest of the money I demanded? Answer: You can, but don't be surprised if the police are there waiting for you. (The Post-Standard, Short-changed robber returns to Syracuse bank to demand more money) 3. Question: I am a new officer on the county police's K-9 unit, and I am required to bring my dog home with me. Sweet! Do I need to get insurance for the dog? Answer: No, the county will cover...

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