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Posted on 12:06pm Tuesday 29th Jun 2010
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Posted on 11:44am Tuesday 29th Jun 2010
A wayward Chevy struck a tree
Whose owner sued defendants three.
He sued car's owner, driver two, And insurer for what was due.
For his oak tree that now may bear
A lasting need for tender care.
The Oakland County Circuit Court, John N. O'Brien, J., set forth
The judgement that defendants sought
And quickly an appeal was brought.
Court of Appeals, J.H. Gillis, J.,
Gave thought and then had this to say:
1. There is no liability
Since No - Fault grants immunity;
2. No jurisdiction can be found
Where process service is unsound;
And thus the judgment, as it's termed,
Is due to be, as is, Affirmed.
Before Bronson, P.J. and V.J. Brennan and J.H. Gillis, JJ.
J.H. Gillis, Judge
We thought that we would never see
A suit to compensate a tree
A suit whose claim in tort is prest
Upon a mangled tree's behest;
A tree whose battered trunk was prest
Against a Chevy's crumpled crest;
A tree that faces each new day
With bark and limb in disarray;
A tree that may forever bear
A lasting need for tender care.
Flora lovers though we three,
We must uphold the court's decree.
Posted on 11:20am Tuesday 29th Jun 2010
The Plaintiff sued against Satin for violation of his civil rights. Among the allegations were :
1. that Satin had on numerous occasions caused him misery and unwarranted threats, all against his will;
2. that Satan had placed deliberate obstacles in his path that caused Plaintiff's downfall;
3. that by reason of the foregoing acts, Satan had deprived him of his constitutional rights.
The court noted that, " Even if the Plaintiff's complaint reveals a prima facie recital of the infringement of the civil rights of a citizen of the United States, the Court has serious doubts that the complaint reveals a cause of action upon which relief may be granted by the Court".
The further ruled, " We question whether Plaintiff may obtain personal jurisdiction over the defendant in this judicial district ... the Plaintiff has failed to include with his complaint the required form of instructions for the United States Marshall for directions as to service of process.
Posted on 11:13am Tuesday 29th Jun 2010
In this case the US Court stated - " We imagine no reason why, with ordinary care, human toes could not be left out of chewing tobacco, and if toes are found in chewing tobacco, it seems to us that somebody has been very careless."
Posted on 10:57am Tuesday 29th Jun 2010
In the 1928 US Court case of Turnage v. Christy Brothers Circus 114 S.E. 680 (1928), the plaintiff, while watching a performance as a guest of the circus, was sitting in the front row.
During the show, " a horse which was going through a dancing performance immediately in front of where the plaintiff was sitting, ... caused to back towards the plaintiff, and while in this situation the horse evacuated his bowels into her lap, that this occurred in full view of many people,... all of whom laughed at the occurrence, that as a result thereof the plaintiff was caused much embarrassment, mortification, and mental pain and suffering.
Posted on 2:56am Tuesday 29th Jun 2010
In County Durham, a man was banned from driving by Consett Magistrates.
The driver was stopped by Police who found him taking his dog for a walk, dangling the lead from the car window and driving very slowly on the road to walk his dog.
Posted on 2:40am Tuesday 29th Jun 2010
Will Andy Murray win Wimbledon 2010?
It will be interesting to see if Andy Murray actually progresses to the final at Wimbledon or not?
Roger Federer will be anxious in defending his title.
What do you think?
Posted on 1:50am Tuesday 29th Jun 2010
England played a dreadful match against Germany . More emphasis is needed on youth coaching.
England did not play as a team on Sunday and their defend let them down badly.
The 4 - 1 score was due to Germany realising very early on in the game that England were weak on the pitch.
Having technology to monitor goal scoring would be a tremendous asset to the game in future. One could reply the attempt to score and decide whether the attempt was or was not a goal.
The Club England FA Chief will within the next two weeks decide whether the current contract of the England coach
will run full contractual term at six million Pounds Sterling per year.