Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Details, details


A Manhattan criminal court case against two women charged with prostitution may be in jeopardy after defense lawyers argued on Tuesday that the prosecution erroneously used the word “and” instead of “or” in the charging document filed in court. —NYT, City Room blog

(from Jane)


In October, Tammie Townsend of Golden Valley, Minn., bought the 2007 Chrysler Pacifica that she had been leasing for two years. She signed the papers to convert the lease to a sale, agreeing to pay $11,639, or about $6,000 less than the car’s Blue Book value, James Eli Shiffer wrote in The Minneapolis Star Tribune on Saturday.

And there’s the rub. Walser Chrysler says that the price was “an administrative error,” The Star Tribune reported. The dealership contacted Ms. Townsend two weeks after the purchase to say that it wanted an additional $7,000 or she needed to return the car.
—Dealer Sues Woman to Cancel "Good Deal," NYT



Blogger mallard said...

Chrysler needs that $7,000. If she doesn't pay it, we'll have to pay it with taxes. Is that fair?

9:20 PM  

Post a Comment

<< Home

View My Stats