Deadly Weapons Part II: How the Law Really Views the Hands and Feet of a Martial Artist
August 31, 2007
By: Scott D. Marrs and
This article is Part II of a two-part series that explains the legal issues when a trained martial artist is the defendant in either a criminal matter or civil law suit for injuring another person with his or her body during a fight. This installment (Part II) concentrates on the liabilities of fighters and martial arts schools in the controlled environment of a school or competition.
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