Deadly Weapon

A deadly weapon is usually an object, instrument, substance, or device which is intended to be used in a way that is likely to cause death, or with which death can be easily and readily produced. A deadly weapon need not be a weapon in the traditional sense. For example, in Acers v.

 · Deadly Weapon: Directed by Michael Miner. With Rodney Eastman, Kim Walker, Gary Frank, Michael Horse. A teenage boy who's bullied both at school by the seniors and at his home by his abusive father finds an experimental laser weapon in a river and ponders revenge. The army general who lost the gun sends his units after the kid/10().

Legal Definition of deadly weapon.: an object whose purpose is to cause death or that when used as an instrument of offense is capable of causing death or sometimes serious bodily harm — compare dangerous weapon. Note: An unloaded firearm has been generally held to be a deadly weapon. Although usually distinct, the terms deadly weapon and dangerous weapon are sometimes used .

 · Deadly Weapons: Directed by Doris Wishman. With Chesty Morgan, Harry Reems, Richard Towers, Saul Meth. After the mob hits a guy with a list, one of the hoods keeps it for himself. When the mobsters find out he's a double-crosser, they off him, which angers his busty girlfriend. She goes after them using the only two weapons she has/10(K).

deadly weapon. n. any weapon which can kill. This includes not only weapons which are intended to do harm like a gun or knife, but also blunt instruments like clubs, baseball bats, monkey wrenches, an automobile or any object which actually causes death. This becomes important when trying to prove criminal charges brought for assault with a deadly weapon.


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