Free Quiz Questions on laws and lawbreakers, crime and criminals, rules and regulations, cops and robbers.

  1. In the UK, what year did it become compulsory to wear seat belts in the front seat of a car?83 85 or 87?


  2. How many murders was Rosemary West charged with committing?

    10 murder

  3. How old is Britain’s youngest convicted joyrider?

    10 years old

  4. How old was moors murderess Myra Hindley when she croaked in 2002?

    60 years old

  5. In English law how long must a person be untraceable to be declared dead

    7 YEARS

  6. A man killed his nephew in a drunken brawl but was legally absolved from the crime by simply getting speared through the legs fifteen times and being hit in the head by the dead man's sisters with a club. Where: USA, Britain or Aussie?


  7. On death row In the USA, what is most popular request for last meal? Soup & bread, cheeseburger and fries or cigarettes and beer?


  8. Year 2000: A guy from Ruchazie, Glasgow was sent down for 3 years for holding up an off-license, but what was his unusual weapon? Was it an empty coke bottle, a child’s plastic sword or a lawnmower?

    coke bottle

  9. A fancy dress robber robbed an old man of his pension at Ardrossan Post Office in 1998. What was the assailant dressed as: a cowboy, Red Indian or Fred Flintstone?


  10. What is (by far) the most popular day of the week for committing bank robberies in the US: Monday, Wednesday or Friday?


  11. In which EU country is the age of consent for sex only 13 years old: Holland, Iceland, or Spain?


  12. Where on Earth is masturbation a crime punishable by death? Pakistan, Indonesia or Waco, Texas, USA


  13. A man in Germany who ate 2 mars bars a day sued the manufacturer after contracting diabetes. Did he win his case or did the judge tell him to sling his hook?

    Judge told him where to get off

  14. Do most people in Britain think that prostitution should be legalised or kept illegal?


  15. Every year the 999 number gets thousands of non-emergency calls. What is the most common type of caller: drunk people, children, or calls from people who want the number of their local police station and couldn’t be bothered looking it up?

    local police number

  16. A woman in England recently won more £108,000 at the bingo, put it in the bank and then continued to sign on the dole. Is this legal?


  17. According to Scots Law – are you allowed to marry your mother’s sister?


  18. Is it legal for adult cyclists to ride their bikes on the pavement, yes or no?


  19. I haven’t had a telly for seven years now and obviously don’t pay a license. How many times have the TV inspectors visited the flat during that time?


  20. In Medieval India, what was the most common punishment for people who committed adultery: was it having their ears chopped off, their nose chopped off or their feet chopped off?

    Nose cut off

  21. What were the first names of famous London Gangsters, The Kray Twins

    Ronnie and Reggie

  22. What is the most common method of murder in the UK: Sharp instrument, blunt instrument or poison?


  23. What is the most common weapon used in UK murders: sharp instrument, blunt instrument or poison?+A4123

    Sharp instrument

  24. In Scotland, you can legally leave school, marry without parental consent and get a moped license all at what age?


  25. Do more house burglaries take place in Britain in the winter or the summer?


  26. In 1897, who became the first person to be convicted in Britain as a drink-driver? Was it a popular music-hall singer, a footballer or a taxi-driver?

    Taxi driver

  27. After lethal injection, what is the next most commonly used form of capital punishment in the USA since the death penalty was re-introduced in 1976? Electric Chair, Gas Chamber or Firing Squad?

    the chair

  28. In Holland in 2002, a gunman took 18 hostages, endured an all-day siege from the cops and eventually shot himself dead. But what was he complaining about: high taxes, Dutch abortion laws, or the lack of quality of his new widescreen TV?

    The TV

  29. In New York City when the temperature gets really high, does the murder rate go way up, way down or does it stay the same as usual?


  30. In 2001, a woman in the Ukraine was caught stealing flowers out of a cemetery. What was her punishment? Was she given ten years jail, was she buried alive for 24 hours or did the whole village line up to spit on her

    Village spat on her

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