When it comes to trans/ queer nuns, the issue is simple: wait-- what was the question, again?
These days, even lawyers can use ChatGPT to do simple things-- like getting disbarred.
Sometimes when you're drunk, and you're driving, you just need someone to pin it on. Like your best friend.
Sometimes people have to pay for what they say... and then the lawyers make money. Which is awesome.
Sometimes life is stinky, or gross. The law says: get over it.
Sometimes a beer can is so beautiful you just have to cry.
AI is now making it so that pretty much anyone can go where no scumbag has gone before.
It's wedding season! And we just got ordained...
Ol' Donny is back-- and so are the women who tolerated him.
Sometimes being a criminal is a passionate affair.
This one's for all of the upstanding citizens out there who want to maximize their drug use without getting fired.
When you're sleeping with the enemy, be sure to park legally.
We've heard some crazy ideas in our time, but this one is so crazy that it might be sane. Nope, no it isn't.
Law Bite reflects on one of last year's greatest moments... and how much it must have hurt.
If there's one thing that humans have learned about drugs over the course of history, it's nothing.
Legal AI might be the new robot lawyer-- but hey, I was looking for a new job, anyway.
There's nothing worse than being fired. Unless it's because you're "too sexy."
Today we ask the question that has baffled the mystics over the centuries: are energy drinks just liquid crack?
Sometimes dudes are more like animals. Animals that do drugs.
C'mon take a holiday trip with us... through the wild west of Hershel Walker's mind. Note: Law Bite is taking a brief hiatus over the holidays, but not to worry, because we'll be back soon!
All I can say is... the World Cup is gonna be a super fun party. As long as you're not going to the World Cup.
Some crimes don't need to be crimes. And they certainly don't need to involve poultry.
Take the law into your own hands, and chances are... you're just gonna get stung.
Disclaimer: Law Bite does not condone violence-- unless it's funny and no one gets sued.