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By Bryan A. Garner

ISBN-10: 0314151990

ISBN-13: 9780314151995

Construction at the energy of earlier variants, this variation contains an in depth appendix on criminal abbreviations plus 17000 new definitions, rationalization of greater than a thousand law-related abbreviations and acronyms, and is better with West Key Numbers for examine reference.

Concise searchable model of eighth variation, doesn't comprise extra entrance subject and appendices present in the entire ordinary edition.

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2004) , Page 42 have committed a felony, and it must have been completed before the accessory's act; (2) the accessory must not be guilty as a principal; (3) the accessory must personally help the principal try to avoid the consequences of the felony; and (4) the accessory's assistance must be rendered with guilty knowledge. An accessory after the fact may be prosecuted for obstructing justice. — Sometimes shortened to accessory after. [Cases: Criminal Law 74, 82. S. ] “At common law, an accessory after the fact is one who, knowing that a felony has been committed by another, receives, relieves, comforts, or assists the felon, or in any manner aids him to escape arrest or punishment.

John F. Dobbyn, Insurance Law in a Nutshell 128 (3d ed. 1996). 43 A Black's Law Dictionary (8th ed. An accident due to negligence. • A culpable accident, unlike an unavoidable accident, is no defense except in those few cases in which wrongful intent is the exclusive and necessary basis for liability. An accident that cannot be avoided because it is produced by an irresistible physical cause that cannot be prevented by human skill or reasonable foresight. • Examples include accidents resulting from lightning or storms, perils of the sea, inundations or earthquakes, or sudden illness or death.

A deposit or credit account with a bank, such as a demand, time, savings, or passbook account. UCC § 4-104(a). [Cases: Banks and Banking 151. S. An account at a bank or other financial institution, access to which has been restricted either by the government or by an authorized person. • An account may be blocked for a variety of reasons, as when hostilities erupt between two countries and each blocks access to the other's accounts. — Also termed frozen account. [Cases: Banks and Banking 128, 151.

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