Here are today's three burning legal questions, along with the answers provided by the blogosphere. 1. Question: I took out a litigation financing loan so that I could pursue a medical malpractice case as a plaintiff. It looks like we are going to settle for $150,000 and my lawyer said I will get 111 of it. Is getting $111,000 a good deal for me? Answer: $111,000 would be good, but you're only getting $111 -- which is not as good. (ABA Journal, Client who got $111 from $150K settlement canít sue firm for malpractice) 2. Question: I am about to testify in the trial of an alleged member of a powerful Mexican drug cartel. Can I take the stand wearing a fake handle-bar mustache, sunglasses and a black wig to hide my identity? Answer: No to the sunglasses, but no problem on the mustache and wig. (WSJ Law Blog, Court Rules on Constitutionality of a Mustache) 3. Question: I am 12 years old and was caught spray-painting graffiti on my neighbor's home. The judge ordered me to pay $1,000 restitution, which I do not have because I am just 12 years old! Now he is ordering me to get a...

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