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Date Posted: June 19, 2009 by shiklaw

Sample Penal Code section 995 Motion in a Terrorist Threats Case

Motion to dismiss in a criminal case because there was insufficient evidence at the preliminary hearing to hold the defendant for trial on Terrorist Threats and Possession of a Weapon, i.e. a dagger. This motion has extensive legal analysis about sustained fear, required for Terrorist Threats. Additionally, it has authority about what constitutes a dagger, and how criminal statutes should be construed narrowly.


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