During Prohibition, it was still absolutely legal to consume alcohol; it was only illegal to manufacture, sell or transport “intoxicating liquors” according to the 18th Amendment which was passed in January 1919. The amendment didn’t go into effect until January 1920 so early American “preppers” could stockpile their liquor(s) of choice. The entire debacle came to a close with the 21st Amendment on December 5, 1933 but not before some … Read more
Apr 13, 2018
Mar 19, 2018
Friday was the most popular day for bank robberies and the most popular time frame was between 9-11 AM according to the FBI’s 2016 Bank Crime Statistics Report. I guess bank robbers like chilling out on the weekends too, eh?
Mar 9, 2018
According to federal regulations you actually turn the next year older the day before your actual birthday. So those 20-year-olds among you technically get to legally drink alcohol one day earlier than you think, unless your state law specifically states “21st birthday”. Party on, dudes!
Feb 7, 2018
Presidents’ Day is fast approaching and got us wondering: how many of the 45 US presidents were first lawyers? More than half (25), which is a whopping 55.56%! Check out this article if you’re interested in finding out which ones started out in the legal profession along with some little-known facts about each.
Jan 24, 2018
While much of the American public cries out for tort reform, only 0.002% of Americans filed tort lawsuits in 2015 compared to 0.01% in 1993; however, in November 2016, 87% of voters thought that too many lawsuits were filed in America according to this Wall Street Journal article. Fake news, anyone?