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Tuesday, 30 August 2016

legal word of the day: ARRESTED WITHOUT INCIDENT

legal word of the day: ARRESTED WITHOUT INCIDENT

ENG: arrested by the police without any unexpected trouble, without offering resistance by the suspect or using force by the police

POL: zatrzymaniu nie towarzyszyło stawianie oporu przez podejrzanego/ walka/użycie siły przez policję

(1) Shooting suspect arrested without incident: The man suspected of a deadly shooting last month in Stevens Point did not put up a fight when he was caught by police in another state.

(2) Cortez was arrested "without incident,"meaning he surrendered himself with no resistance.

(3) He was arrested without incident on two outstanding warrants for unlawfully taking a motor vehicle, aggravated battery against a household member, battery against a household member, aggravated assault and breaking and entering.
An OUTSTANDING WARRANT – ważny nakaz aresztowania (a valid arrest warrant that was originally issued months or years ago, still valid because the person has not been arrested yet)
UNLAWFULLY – bezprawnie (illegally, against the law)
AGGRAVATED – kwalifikowany, podlegający zaostrzonej karze (made more serious by attendant circumstances)
BATTERY – pobicie (any unlawful offensive physical contact with another person, any unlawful and or unwanted touching of the person of another by the aggressor, or by a substance put in motion by him)
ASSAULT – napaść (a threat of bodily harm coupled with an apparent, present ability to cause the harm)
BREAKING AND ENTERING – włamanie (entering a residence or other enclosed property through the slightest amount of force (even pushing open a door), without authorization.

(4) Privilege of ‘Arrest Without Incident’: (…) But none had the privilege of being “arrested without incident or injury.” They were all black, all killed by police officers. Brown was shot through the head. Garner was grabbed around the neck in a chokehold, tossed to the ground and held there, even as he pleaded that he couldn’t breathe; it was all caught on video.

a CHOKEHOLD – duszenie (a tight grip round a person's neck, used to restrain them by restricting their breathing)

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