Here are today's three burning legal questions, along with the answers provided by the blogosphere. 1. Question: There are some funky weeds growing on the farm right near my home. How can I tell if I have a cannabis farm in my backyard? Answer: You can use the police-issued "scratch and sniff cannabis card" to determine if cannabis is being cultivated in your neighborhood. (Mirror Online, Scratch and sniff out drug crime: Cops will hand out cards to help people recognise smell of cannabis farms) 2. Question: I have had a few drinks but I'm not sure if I'm too drunk to drive. Is there an app for that? Answer: Of course! (CBS News, Smartphone breathalyzer tells when you're too drunk to drive) 3. Question: I am thinking about becoming a member of the U.S. Supreme Court bar. Do I need to have argued a case before the Supreme Court? Answer: No, all it takes is membership in a state bar for three years, the signatures of two other Supreme Court bar members and 200 bucks! (The Associated Press, For lawyers, the Supreme Court bar is vanity trip)

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