That really depends on the wearer of said micro skirt.
I agree they should have obtained a warrant to enter the apartment. They had plenty of probable cause for one but even you admitted that they didn't really need one when you wrote "or if they suspect a crime is in commission." Knowledge of the stolen phone being in the apartment is knowledge of an ongoing crime: possession of stolen property. That particular crime just goes on and on until the stolen property is no longer stolen.
Uh, the perp didn't own the phone and they supposedly had the permission of the rightful owner so it wasn't really tapping the phone.
"illegally gathered location data"? My understanding is that the rightful owner gave the police permission to track the phone to obtain its whereabouts. "Possession is nine-tenths..." sounds good and all, but that other 10% can be a real bitch when it really counts.
And those laws are written such that they apply as the default when no prenup is in force. There were issues about enforcing prenups way back for basically the reasons you state but "the laws" have changed to allow prenups to "override the default."
Yes, that is the severability clause referred to in previous posts that almost all contracts have.
Please post us the proof that you've been surgically sterilized so we can all relax, comfortable with the knowledge that you aren't going to be "bring[ing] more life into this world."
I'm certain the legalities can be sorted out in the same way that adoption (child generally has four possible parents there), sperm donation and egg donation are currently worked out.
So we should only allow fertilization via copulation and anything else ist verboten?
Personally, I consider it a very unnatural act to go around sticking little needles into people and injecting things into them for the sole purpose of giving their immune systems a head start against a few diseases. You do understand that those needles and what they contain aren't grown on trees or vines, right?
add compounding interest as part of some basic consumer math
and maybe you could stop being an ass
Then society should put the kids in a better situation and teach them not to follow in mommy's footsteps.
"Looking at a cell phone is not offensive."
"Holding the camera up pointing at the room with the screen towards you would be offensive whether or not you were filming."
Well, which is it? Am I holding it up so my friends and I can see the screen or to get it out of the glare as we watch a youtube video or to film the room? How can you tell? The actions in both of your statements are the same but you say they are obviously different. I say only obvious to the one doing but not to the one observing.
So, how is the smartphone different from the glasses in this respect?
Did he propose banning all crypto-currencies or only the high-powered, high-capacity ones?
So we can't have nice things because somebody might abuse them? I for one hope that never becomes the universal logic because I really enjoy some of my nice things like my car, my computer and access to the internet. All of those are readily abused to harm others.