- 2 Post By 5jj
Near the top of some webpage:
"A person commits an offense if he... knowingly possesses a firearm or other dangerous weapon in a court facility or knowingly causes a firearm or other dangerous weapon to be present in a court facility."
Is something missing between "or" and "other dangerous weapon"? Would "a firearm or SOME other dangerous weapon" be better?
Source: legis.state.pa.us/cfdocs/legis/LI/consCheck.cfm?txtType=HTM&ttl=18&div=0&chpt=9&sctn =13&subsctn=0
Welcome to the forum, northmt.
The sentence is OK as it is. In normal (i.e., non-legal contexts) both 'some' and 'any' would also be acceptable.
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