A Dangerous Weapon

Author: Charlton Clayes
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 1440184097
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And, if religious fanaticism weren't enough, DEDEP learns of an impending invasion from outer space! Their salvation lies in the hands of two unlikely members of their group who hold the key to a Dangerous Weapon. First book in a trilogy.

Bomb

Author: Steve Sheinkin
Publisher: Flash Point
ISBN: 1596438614
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This is the story of the plotting, the risk-taking, the deceit, and genius that created the world's most formidable weapon. This is the story of the atomic bomb. Bomb is a 2012 National Book Awards finalist for Young People's Literature.

Trial

Author: E.C. Wilkinson
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former a weapon. A cane cannot be a weapon in the eye of the law. The law
authorities speak of pistols, daggers, guns and swords, as weapons, something
that is used in combat; but they say nothing of such canes as Mr. Hendry says,
dandies carry to church with them on Sunday, or such as Mr. Phillips calls
fashionable walking canes. A sword-cane is a dangerous weapon, because it is
an instrument used for offence or defence; but a cane, no thicker than a pencil-
case, is not so ...

The Pocket Guide To Legal Writing

Author: William H. Putman
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 1285607309
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M artinez-J imenez holding to our facts, it appears that there is sufficient evidence
to support the charge of bank robbery with a dangerous weapon. Even though in
our case the instrumentality was a wooden replica of a handgun rather than a toy
replica, the result is the same: in both cases, the instrumentality was so
sufficiently similar to a real handgun that a witness believed it was real, creating
the appearance of dangerousness and the consequent risks. As the court noted
in its ...

The Central Law Journal

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Accordingly, this indictment charges each of the above offenses in separate
counts, and the defendant was found guilty under the second count, which
charged the offense of inflicting the wound with a certain dangerous weapon
called an “axe.” * * * The defendant asked the judge to charge the jury, in
substance, that inasmuch as the wound was inflicted with an axe, which is not per
se a dangerous weapon within the meaning of the statute, defendant could not
be convicted without ...

The American And English Encyclopedia Of Law

Author: James Cockcroft
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possession of a deadly weapon, without using it or the intent to use it, will not
constitute the offense,1 nor will the intent without the use.2 But under statutes
which declare the crime complete by the mere use of a dangerous or deadly
weapon, it is unnecessary to allege or prove any intent whatsoever.3 What
Constitutes Dangerous or Deadly Weapon. — A dangerous or deadly weapon is
one likely to produce death or great bodily harm. The words " dangerous " and "
deadly" are ...

Trial Of John R Buzzell

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If you find that there was"a breaking and entering while any person was lawfully
in the dwelling-house, the next question for your consideration will be, whether
the persons entering were armed with a dangerous weapon. What constitutes a
dangerous weapon is matter of law upon the facts found. The jury are to judge of
facts. The Court are to advise the jury in regard to the law. It is true that the jury
may judge of the law as incidental to the mode of trial ; for in returning a general
verdict ...

School Violence

Author: James C. Hanks
Publisher: American Bar Association
ISBN: 9781590314654
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In Georgia, the state legislature has listed approximately 20 weapons, including
guns, knives, razor blades, metal knuckles, "bats, clubs, or other bludgeon-type
weapon[s], or any flailing instrument consisting of two or more rigid parts
connected in such a matter as to allow them to swing freely," such as "nun
chahka, nun chuck, nunchaku, shuriken, or fighting chain."" Colorado, which
makes expulsion mandatory for possessing a "dangerous weapon" at school,
defines dangerous ...