Riddle: A judge has a murder case. The person who was murdered has a family member who thinks they found the murder. The family members lawyer called up a witness. The lawyer asked where the witness was on the day of the murder. The witness says " well it was like any other Sunday morning, I got the mail, went to Jill's diner and then went home and watched cartoons for the rest of the day." The lawyer says "he is lying!" How does the lawyer know the witness is lying?
Answer: The witness says he went to get the mail and there are no mail deliveries on sundays. Also Sunday cartoons are only in the morning so how could the witness be watching them all day?