2. Defendant is a teenage boy and therefore, as a matter of law, doesn’t have a lick of good sense. Despite the fact that his parents are licensed attorneys, Defendant felt it was the better course to not tell them about the citations. Therefore, upon information and belief, the dog ate the citations.When submitting the story to "Say What?", the judge added “After wiping the tears from my eyes, I signed the order as Municipal Court Judge/Mother of a Teenage Son.”
Wednesday, September 12, 2012
Standard of care that applies to children?
This re-post does not really have anything to do with torts but because in two days we will cover the standard of care that applies to children, I am going to post it here. It comes from the very funny blog "Say What?" which collects true funny stories from real life cases. In this particular case, a teenager apparently got some citations (for speeding, I guess) but did not tell his parents (both attorneys). As a result a warrant was issued. The parents then filed a motion to withdraw the warrant in which they stated: