|EFFECT The magician borrows a coin from the spectator and is seen to take a bite out of the coin. PREPARATION Take a quarter and file one side of it down so it looks like someone has bitten a chunk of it off. METHOD Approach a spectato... Read more of Coin bite Trick at Card Trick.ca|| Informational|
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Points Of Criminal Law
You cannot lawfully condone an offence by receiving back stolen
The exemption of females from arrest applies only in civil, not in
Every man is bound to obey the call of a sheriff for assistance in
making an arrest.
The rule Every man's house is his castle does not hold good when a man
is accused of crime.
Embezzlement can be charged only against a clerk or servant, or the
officer or agent of a corporation.
Bigamy cannot be proven in law if one party to a marriage has been
absent and not heard from for five years.
Grand larceny is when the value of property stolen exceeds $25.00--When
less than that, the offence is petit larceny.
Arson to be in the first degree must have been committed at night and
the buildings fired must have been inhabited.
Drunkenness is not a legal excuse for crime, but delirium tremens is
considered by the law as a species of insanity.
In a case of assault it is only necessary to prove an offer or attempt
Battery presumes physical violence.
Mayhem, although popularly supposed to refer to injury to the face, lip,
tongue, eye, or ear, applies to any injury done a limb.
A felony is a crime punishable by imprisonment in a State prison; an
infamous crime is one punishable with death or State prison.
A police officer is not authorized to make an arrest without a warrant
unless he has personal knowledge of the offense for which the arrest is
An accident is not a crime, unless criminal carelessness can be proven.
A man shooting at a burglar and killing a member of his family is not a
Burglary in the first degree can be committed only in the night time.
Twilight, if dark enough to prevent distinguishing a man's face, is the
same as night in law.
Murder to be in the first degree must be willful, premeditated and
malicious, or committed while the murderer is engaged in a felonious
act. The killing of a man in a duel is murder, and it is a misdemeanor
to accept or give a challenge.
False swearing is perjury in law only when willfully done, and when the
oath has been legally administered. Such qualifying expressions as to
the best of my belief, as I am informed, may save an averment from
being perjured. The law is that the false statement sworn to must be
absolute. Subornation of perjury is a felony.
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