If the kicking team legally recovers an onside attempt, the ball is dead, the clock is stopped, and the kicking team gets the ball for an offensive series at the spot of recovery.
As long as the football crosses the plane of the goal line while legally under control in the ball carrier's possession, it's a touchdown regardless of where the player's body is (unless he goes out of bounds before the ball crosses the plane).
You can legally name your child whatever you want. However, some states may attempt to take you to court over it. Then the judge will decide.
Scoring in hockey, at the most basic level, involves getting the ball or puck over the goaline. In either game, being played by a defender does not affect the scoring of a goal, provided it would otherwise have been legally scored.In field and indoor hockey, the conditions involved are that the ball must be played legally within the circle by an attacker, and then completely cross the line between the posts and underneath the crossbar of the goal, without leaving the circle between those two events.In ice hockey, the puck must be played legally with the stick by an attacker before crossing the goalline between the goalposts and underneath the crossbar.- um no, you have to kick the ball in the hoop.
There were many Inquisitions, but regardless to which one you are referring, any Inquisition is an attempt to "legally prosecute" heretics under God.
That would probably be very hard since you're not legal.. you can attempt it, but I doubt it.
If you have the freedom of speech, then no. It may be morally "wrong" or offensive, but it is not legally wrong.
The NFL set precedence on December 14, 2008 on what a touchdown reception is. Typically, it is when any part of the ball, legally in possession of a player inbounds, breaks the plane of the opponent's goal line, provided it is not a touchback or when the ball is touched on the pylon before a player goes out of bounds. Apparently, now, it is when the players feet are both in the end zone and the ball is in their possession, but does not break the plane of the opponent's goal line. According to a Google search, the rule regarding pylon touchdown dives was revisited and clarified. Previously, a player just had to have some portion of his body over the goal line or pylon to count a touchdown, but the rule was revised for 2007 to make it necessary to have the ball touch the pylon or break the plane above the pylon to count as a touchdown.
Absolutely NOT! don't attempt this you can get in big trouble, it will stay on your record for a year.
You can discard property that is left on your property. In order to avoid problems, you should attempt to contact the owners first but you don't legally have to.
You can change your name to anything you like providing it is not defamatory or offensive
Legally you are NOT allowed to smoke if you are under the age of 16. It is illegal to buy (or attempt to buy) tobacco products if you are under 18. It is ALSO an offence to knowingly buy (or attempt to buy) tobacco products for use by someone under 18.