Celebrated on the last day of October, Halloween is a secular event in the United States and many other places. Halloween generally conjures images of carved pumpkins, black cats, and skeletons; children dressing up in costumes going house to house saying “Trick or Treat”; horror movie marathons, and candy. Lots and lots of candy. Speaking of candy, stop by the main desk on October 30 for a sugary treat.
And in the spirit of Halloween, we’ve done a little research magic and bring you these spooktacular legal controversies and cases related to Halloween: