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The Book of Strange and Curious Legal Oddities: Pizza Police, Illicit Fishbowls, and Other Anomalies of the Law That Make Us All Unsuspecting Criminals Paperback – August 3, 2010
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It not only highlights some of the sillier laws throughout the world, it also prompts us to think about why we have laws and what causes governments to impose limitations on their population.
The writing is precise and humorous. Recommended reading for anyone looking to learn something and enjoy themselves.
Dr. Evan S. Levine
Author of What Your Doctor Won't (or Can't) Tell You
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Gave it to my sister in-law, her and husband are both lawyers.Published 17 months ago by Richard mckenney
This is not what I had hoped. I have kids who like to look up dumb or strange laws like "it's illegal to sing in a public pool in Florida". Read morePublished 17 months ago by H. Lightner
this is a good book for lovers of strange facts & legal oddities alike.
all lovers of odd facts & laws should get this book!
I would certainly agree with the word "underwhelming" for this work. One phrase, though, really irked me: "pizza police". Read morePublished on December 18, 2013 by David R
The title tells you exactly what you're getting here: an entertaining compilation of laws (and law-related trivia) from throughout history and around the world. Read morePublished on June 27, 2011 by Kenneth Simon