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Ever wonder about the weird and interesting stuff that goes on in your city? Who broke the law and where? What are the strange & outdated laws in your hometown? How many times has this building been foreclosed on? Any famous crimes perpetrated at your favorite watering hole? Follow us to find out! You might learn something.

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"In Staten Island, You may only water your lawn if the hose is held in your hand."
LawyerLocator.comLawyerLocator.com · February 20, 2012
Piers
· New York, United States
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"The Willamette Meteorite can be found in the Hayden Planetarium, and was subject to a lawsuit in 1902."
LawyerLocator.comLawyerLocator.com · December 14, 2011
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· New York, United States
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"The Chinatown bus lines are rumored to have connections to Chinese organized crime gangs."
LawyerLocator.comLawyerLocator.com · December 14, 2011
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· New York, United States
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"In May of 2011, Yankee Stadium concession workers sued their employer for withholding their tips. The amount in dispute is over 5 million dollars."
LawyerLocator.comLawyerLocator.com · December 9, 2011
Baseball
· Bronx, United States
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"In 1997, Michael Buckley, a pipefitter, sued GCT for not being told about, nor protected from, asbestos until 1987. GTC was found guilty of neglect."
LawyerLocator.comLawyerLocator.com · December 9, 2011
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· New York, United States
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"The Tweed Courthouse was built in 1861 under William M. Tweed and became a symbol of political corruption."
LawyerLocator.comLawyerLocator.com · November 9, 2011
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· New York, United States