by Ryan McKeen
A common multi-state bar examination question involves a defendant who enters a home believing it’s his own and falls asleep. The defendant is always intoxicated. The prosecution then charges the man with burglary.
Evidently, this Connecticut defendant was taking a different kind of bar exam.
A twenty-six-year-old man was arrested early Sunday after a child in a house, a block from the man’s, woke his parents to tell them a man was asleep in his bed….Officers say the man’s clothes, which smelled of urine and alcohol, had been dropped on the floor. They say the man admitted drinking at a New Haven club but denied he was in the wrong house. Hartford Courant.
And you thought the bar exam had nothing to do with the practice of law.