The Law and Martial Arts
Black Belt Communications, 1998 - 207 pagina's
Carl Brown--attorney, author and black-belt judo instructor--describes the legal policies that can protect or indict an individual who uses martial arts techniques in self-defense. Topics include assault and battery, the law and self-defesne, martial arts weapons and the law, what's legal in your state, and a table of cases.
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