Defendant: Unknown maker of novelty signage.
Count 1: Negligent usage of an apostrophe in the construction of a plural noun.
Count 2: Rendering negligent grammar permanent via glazing.
Count 3: Felony paradox.
Report: Officer was in a Los Angeles thrift store shopping for props when he witnessed the grammatical malfeasance. Sign was prominently displayed among depressing second-hand trinkets and baubles. Sign was available for purchase, presumably to be hung in the workspace of a professional educator.
Fine: $644 and mandatory registration in the national Grammatical Offenders database.