Even if ‘life’ sentence doesn’t always literally mean life, there’s still good reason for calling it a life sentence.
Is it right to use the term ‘life sentence’ for a prison sentence, given this rarely means actual life imprisonment?
It doesn’t matter that a life sentence in our modern times often isn’t literally a life sentence but has an ending or discharge date.
The words “life sentence” is legal and judicial terminology.
Continue reading “‘Life sentence’ sentenced for lifetime usage”
It’s thieving if you try to swap merchandise across two different stores.
“I just took a warm bottle of Coke that one store sold me and put it in the cold fridge of another store and took their cold one. Did I commit theft?” — Swapper, 31 May 2017
Let’s break the situation down to remove the red herrings:— Continue reading “Is this theft anywhere?”