“Jury Clears Mascot in Hot-Dog-Flinging Case”

I’m in SUCH a good mood today, we’ll start out with this case, as reported by Kevin Underhill (whose comments on Scalia’s “legalese” I’ll later quote):

Source, Lowering the Bar: Jury Clears Mascot in Hot-Dog-Flinging Case

My friend Tim, who loves baseball and whose LinkedIn picture shows him pointing to an alligator, reports that a second jury has found the Kansas City Royals and their mascot Sluggerrr not liable for Sluggerrr hitting a fan in the eye with a hot dog.

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