Marijuana, Guns, and Divorce Attorneys With Happy Endings

by Admin on January 21, 2013

Marijuana arrests outnumber violent crime arrests

As the gun debate rages in the U.S., the federal government continues its war on marijuana users. Although some states have decriminalized marijuana for medical use and two states (Oregon and Colorado) have legalized marijuana, arrests for simple marijuana possession continue.

According to an FBI report, there are more cases of marijuana possession than there are violent crime arrests in the United States of America. FBI reports show a total of 663,032 marijuana possession arrests in 2011, which have nearly doubled since 1980 — more than arrests for all violent crimes combined.

New York gun-lovers invited to relocate to Texas by Attorney General

Speaking of violent crime, the Big Apple has just passed sweeping new anti-gun legislation. New Yorkers who find the new anti-gun legislation too restrictive are welcome to move to Texas according to an internet invitation campaign launched by the Texas’ General Attorney office.

Media sites in Manhattan and Albany are displaying two ads since the new anti-gun law was introduced on Wednesday. One reads, “Wanted: Law abiding New York gun owners looking for lower taxes and greater opportunity.” Another one says, “Is Gov. Cuomo looking to take your guns?” The campaign ads are paid with Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott’s campaign funds.

Texas is one of the few states in the US with no personal income tax and great respect for the Second Amendment. They also serve great chicken fried steak and Tex-Mex.

Divorce attorney-client relationship gone sexual

A divorce attorney in Minnesota who was recently barred from practicing law for at least the next 15 months may not be welcome to relocate in Texas to represent divorcing women.

According to Gawker’s report, divorce attorney Thomas P. Lowe, who runs a private practice in Burnsville, was representing a client in divorce. However, the attorney-client relationship soon evolved into a sexual one, but, as the Office of Lawyers Professional Responsibility heard last summer, Lowe maintained his professionalism throughout the affair, going so far as to bill the woman for the time they spent having sex.


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