Defendant: The iTunes Music Store
Count 1: Negligent apostrophe usage, a misdemeanor.
Count 2: Failure to proofread a song title which has appeared in no fewer than five albums in the span of twenty years.
Count 3: Displaying error in a high-traffic commercial venue.
Description: Officer was perusing video offerings for a new iPod (and inexplicably in the Poison section) when the crime was discovered. Although the error was originally attributed to ditzy longhaired freaks, circa 1986, further investigation determined that the ditzy longhaired freaks had correctly used the possessive form and the error was in fact made by Apple in Cupertino, California.
Fine: $399, plus tax.