dangerousness


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Antonyms for dangerousness

the quality of not being safe

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The court now considers his motion to strike on the basis that the statute denies due process because it "does not require a showing of future dangerousness."
The measure also calls for a dangerousness hearing if the crime being charged provides for a sentence to the house of correction or state prison and the defendant either has a prior conviction for a dangerous crime or the government can show a "serious risk" that the defendant may "attempt to obstruct justice, or attempt to threaten, injure, or intimidate" police, witnesses or jurors.
In addition to the comparison statistics, greater risks of perception of aggression and dangerousness were observed in these students.
"We accept that the evidence arising out of this offending was not sufficient to justify the finding of dangerousness made by the judge."
"There will have to be reports so I can consider the issue of dangerousness and there may be a request for a further psychiatric report.
The judge said that he had a presentence report on Randall but he wanted probation officers to interview him again in prison to give their view on his dangerousness.
I will adjourn sentence for a report to address the issue of dangerousness. This is not an indication of the sentence.
A prosecutor then asked: "The race factor, black, increases the future dangerousness for various complicated reasons - is that correct?"
A dangerousness hearing requested by prosecutors was held Wednesday before Judge Robert J.
A judge jailed him for the equivalent of 114 years and said he was in "a special category of dangerousness".
Harm to Others: The Assessment and Treatment of Dangerousness
the dangerousness of the virus compared with SARS; and 3.