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6/21/2017 8:25:40 PM
Posted: 11/9/2001 10:03:15 AM EDT
[url]http://www.selfdefence.com/restrictions.htm[/url] This might be a good starting point researching the "Legalities" of "Attempting" to have the means to "Defend" yourself. Since it seems that the charges against "OneShot" come down to this. I assume that a "Consent Search" of the residence was given? With that I believe anything they find can be used against you. A "Search Warrant" has to be pretty specific as to what they are looking for. i.e., a "Stolen Piano" if specified on the warrant is all they can look for or take in as evidence. They could not open any dresser drawers expecting to find a piano. Lawyer's please step in on this one. Spontaneous Confessions also are big trouble. Any comment you make could be considered a spontaneous confession and used against you. Miranda Warning, I believe, always has to be given if you are arrested and charged. At least in the Military I always read it from my little card and then had the person sign a document that it was read to him and that he understood it, etc.
Link Posted: 11/9/2001 5:04:57 PM EDT
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