Speaking of the bar, check out this bar scandal in South Carolina.
In other legal news, comparative bullet lead analysis, an forensic method used for decades by the FBI to connect certain weapons with certain crime scenes, has been discredited by the National Academy of Scientists. Actually, a better term for "has been discredited" would be "was discredited three years ago." The FBI then stopped using the technique two years ago. So, what happens to all the people that were convicted of crimes based on forensics testimony of FBI agents that used this technique? If you care about potentially innocent people getting stuck in jail while the guilty walk free, you're probably not going to like the answer. Here's the Washington Post article on the many problems with comparative bullet lead analysis.