Here are today's three burning legal questions, along with the answers provided by the blogosphere. 1. Question: I ran for a spot on the County Commission but lost -- to a person who had died a few weeks before the election. Does that mean that I am now the winner? Answer: No, the party that won will select the deceased winner's replacement. (Daily Mail, Two lawmakers elected to office despite both DYING weeks before voters went to the polls) 2. Question: I am a stripper and when I came down the pole I landed on a man who was visiting the club and ruptured his bladder. Am I liable for this? Answer: There is not a lot of strip club injury precedent to go on, but one customer did get a $650,000 settlement after a stripper hit him in the eye with her heel. (CBS News, Man's lawsuit claims stripper ruptured his bladder) 3. Question: If I try to rob a Chinese restaurant, but none of the employees speak English and they cannot understand that I'm trying to rob them and I leave empty-handed, can I be charged with attempted robbery? Answer: That sounds like a solid criminal law...

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