|The Federal bar against willful ignorance as a defense, combined with all of the unsettling stuff we've been learning under Professor Beale, can make for some nervous moments, a few nightmares, a recurring case of the galloping cold sweats, and the occasional burst of furious questioning in class. Ignorance was bliss, but we can't get it back.
What to do? Might as well make a game of it!
NCAA March Madness is here, bringing with it thousands of office pools.
We have something better. We have the 2004 Fed Crim Betting Pool, AKA
We Have To
The rules are simple. To play, send me $5 in imaginary or fictititious currency and pick the square representing what you think the Class of 2005's biggest concern is with current federal criminal law.
After all bets are in, we'll wait for the first Grand Jury indictment of a class member, and the person who picked that square will receive the money.
|Winner receives a Get Out of Jail Free card (used)
Disclaimer: Kidding! Just Kidding! I, personally, never killed a hobo in my life!
(They all recovered.)
Further Disclaimer: Contents 100% Not True, Probably