These 10 Things Aren’t Actually Illegal

Denying a Customer Service: Some high-profile cases (including one involving wedding cakes) have contributed to the belief that refusing service qualifies.

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Squatting: Squatting is prohibited in many states, but the laws vary substantially from one jurisdiction to the next.

Using Your Wits to Outsmart a Casino: Certain forms of gambling-specific cheating are criminal offenses. 

Ripping the Tag off Your Mattress: It’s a basic human instinct to want to rip tags off things.

Marrying a Child: This is easily the most stomach-turning entry on this list, but we must provide the unfettered truth.

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Viewing Pirated Content: The law leaves no doubt that copying, downloading, and distributing pirated content is against the law. 

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Tax Avoidance: I am a proponent of paying taxes and avoiding the clink, and you should be, too.

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Turning When the Light Is Red: Most savvy drivers have bumped the horn when a motorist sits idle in the lane.

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Underage Drinking: There are states, like Alabama and Michigan, where those under 21 cannot legally drink.

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Sneaking Snacks Into the Movie: Most of us probably know in our loins that a movie theater cannot initiate criminal charges when they catch us with Twizzlers in our pants.

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