Every state no doubt has some bizarre laws on the books. Letting a donkey sleep in a bathtub is illegal in Arizona. There are also some unique laws in force in Pennsylvania.
The Key Stone State has established its own laws governing residential bathrooms. Campers and house trailers are exempt from a law mandating that a child’s bedroom be no more than 200′ from the lavatory.
Further compliance with this law requires the bathroom have a shower stall or tub. One word of caution, if the child or any household member should sing while in that tub they will be committing an illegal act.
Outdoorsmen in Pennsylvania should be aware that employing dynamite to catch fish is illegal. It also violates state game laws to use goldfish, the variety of goldfish known as comets, and carp as live bait. Also, please use a line and hook instead of your hands to land fish.
Big game hunters are not allowed to shoot an animal if the animal is swimming. The penalties for this are such that if you shoot a bathing deer or bear and get caught you will not be laughing. It is also illegal to undertake bagging game in a cemetery.
Ladies, do not have more than fifteen roommates. A sixteenth roommate will cause your home to be reclassified as a bordello. When cleaning your house whatever you do do not sweep dirt under the rug.
If someone uses being inebriated during the ceremony as grounds for ending a marriage they will be confessing to breaking the law. Members of the clergy need to make sure a bride and groom are sober before proceeding with a wedding ceremony.
If anyone celebrates recent nuptials with firearms, fireworks, or literally, with artillery, they will be violating a law prohibiting private citizens from touching off cannons.
Karl Heideck currently practices law in the Philadelphia area. He made a name for himself addressing issues stemming from the financial meltdown of 2008. Karl Heideck has experience with acquisition, liquidity, and risk management. He has also worked on cases involving securities fraud and banking litigation.
A 2003 graduate of Swarthmore College Karl Heideck holds a bachelor’s degree from that school. While at Swarthmore he focused on English and writing. Skills that he uses today to publish a legal blog. Karl Heideck’s law degree is from Temple University where he was recognized as an outstanding student.
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