July Sees Quirky New Laws Take Effect

July Sees Quirky New Laws Take Effect

On July 1, a host of quirky new laws have taken effect across the country. Here are some of the more amusing ones:

  • Illinois – Cab drivers can now charge passengers a $50 vomit clean up fee
  • Indiana – A nepotism law now prohibits government workers from hiring family members
  • Idaho – Law officials can now issue arrest warrants via fax machine
  • Kentucky – A new law delays the payment process for thieves attempting to receive immediate cash for stolen copper at recycling centers

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Laws change all the time. If you are unaware of the laws that can affect your case, consult an attorney for legal guidance and direction. For questions or more information on our services, contact the McAllen personal injury lawyers at the J. Gonzalez Law Firm, P.L.L.C., at (956) 630-6700.

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