In the state of alabama, there exists no law prohibitting duelling. Should a duel be agreed upon, and assuming that neither party dies. Would this combat be legal?
1 Answer from Attorneys
Any situation in which you cause physical harm to another you can be found liable, especially involving the use of weaponry. Should one party decide to press charges, they maintain that right. If the event is witnessed in any way the state can peruse charges against a person who has behaved recklessly. This is a very bad idea.
Related Questions & Answers
Can I file for discovery on a past felony guilty plea case? Asked 3/08/11, 10:54 am in United States Alabama Criminal Law
The judge at first apperance said cocaine residue should that be a misdom can they... Asked 3/06/11, 7:30 pm in United States Alabama Criminal Law
Is cocaine residue a felony when found with pipe Asked 3/04/11, 10:13 pm in United States Alabama Criminal Law
How much weight does it take to be possession in cocaine Asked 3/04/11, 4:05 pm in United States Alabama Criminal Law
I'm located in Huntsville, AL and was recently arrested for Criminal Mischief in the... Asked 3/02/11, 11:17 am in United States Alabama Criminal Law