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Q: I'm on probation an I got my first violation for taking NyQuil my test came back positive for alcohol what will they do

What will what happen to me

John Michael Frick
John Michael Frick
answered on Feb 28, 2023

The Nyquil defense rarely works. This article explains why:

The quantity of Nyquil taken for a cold is just too small by itself to cause an alcohol test to come back positive.

1 Answer | Asked in Copyright, Intellectual Property and Internet Law for Iowa on
Q: Can I post a free Lord of the Rings themed game on the internet without infringing copyright?

I invented a game that me and my friends play. It is an Lord of the Rings themed game that mostly merely uses LOTR races (i.e. Ents, Hobbits, etc.). Can I post it on the internet totally free without violating copyright.

Will Blackton
Will Blackton
answered on Jun 23, 2017

While I am a big fan of Tolkein and gaming, I don't think posting your game online is wise without talking to an attorney first. Whether you potentially infringe on any copyright or trademark interest that Middle-earth Enterprises a/k/a The Saul Zaetz Company (which seems to own the worldwide... View More

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