Should Women Use Self-Defense Batons?

A self-defense telescopic baton

In today’s world, when more and more women are countering incidents of sexual assaults daily, the expandable self-defense batons are becoming requisite. We live in a society where women face security threats several times and in several ways, and to fight such situations, self-defense batons are introduced. A number of different self-defense … Read more

Wyoming Expandable Baton Laws

Expandable Baton Laws

NOTE: This information is not provided as legal advice. Always consult a lawyer and seek legal guidance. 2011 Wyoming Statutes TITLE 6 – CRIMES AND OFFENSES CHAPTER 1 – GENERAL PROVISIONS 6-1-104. Definitions. (a)(iv) Deadly weapon means but is not limited to a firearm, explosive or incendiary material, motorized vehicle, an animal … Read more

Vermont Expandable Baton Laws

Expandable Baton Laws

NOTE: This information is not provided as legal advice. Always consult a lawyer and seek legal guidance. Vermont Statutes Title 13. Crimes and Criminal Procedure, § 4001. Slung shot, blackjack, brass knuckles–Use or possession A person who uses a slung shot, blackjack, brass knuckles or similar weapon against another person, or attempts … Read more

South Dakota Expandable Baton Laws

South Dakota Expandable Baton Laws

NOTE: This information is not provided as legal advice. Always consult a lawyer and seek legal guidance. TITLE 22 Crimes Chapter 22-1 Definitions and General Provisions 22-1-2. Definitions. Terms used in this title mean: (10) “Dangerous weapon” or “deadly weapon,” any firearm, stun gun, knife, or device, instrument, material, or substance, whether … Read more

New Mexico Expandable Baton Laws

New Mexico Expandable Baton Laws

NOTE: This information is not provided as legal advice. Always consult a lawyer and seek legal guidance. New Mexico Statutes Chapter 30. Criminal Offenses § 30-1-12. Definitions As used in the Criminal Code: B. “deadly weapon” means any firearm, whether loaded or unloaded;  or any weapon which is capable of producing death or … Read more

Nebraska Expandable Baton Laws

Nebraska Expandable Baton Laws

Nebraska Revised Statutes Chapter 28. Crimes and Punishments § 28-109. Terms, defined (8) Deadly weapon shall mean any firearm, knife, bludgeon, or other device, instrument, material, or substance, whether animate or inanimate, which in the manner it is used or intended to be used is capable of producing death or serious bodily injury; … Read more

Maine Expandable Baton Laws

Expandable Baton Laws

NOTE: This information is not provided as legal advice. Always consult a lawyer and seek legal guidance. Maine Revised Statutes Title 25. Internal Security and Public Safety § 2001-A. Threatening display of or carrying concealed weapon 1. Display or carrying prohibited.  A person may not, unless excepted by a provision of law: A. Display … Read more

Idaho Expandable Baton Laws

Idaho Expandable Baton Laws

NOTE: This information is not provided as legal advice. Always consult a lawyer and seek legal guidance. Excerpt: Idaho Statutes Title 18. Crimes and Punishments § 18-3302. Concealed weapons (1) The legislature hereby finds that the people of Idaho have reserved for themselves the right to keep and bear arms while granting the … Read more

Utah Expandable Baton Laws

NOTE: This information is not provided as legal advice. Always consult a lawyer and seek legal guidance. Excerpt: Section 504 Carrying concealed firearm — Penalties. (Effective 5/12/2015) (1) Except as provided in Section 76-10-503 and in Subsections (2), (3), and (4), a person who carries a concealed firearm, as defined in Section … Read more

Akansas Expandable Baton Laws

Akansas Expandable Baton Laws

NOTE: This information is not provided as legal advice. Always consult a lawyer and seek legal guidance. Arkansas Code Title 5. Criminal Offenses § 5-73-120. Carrying a weapon (a) A person commits the offense of carrying a weapon if he or she possesses a handgun, knife, or club on or about his or … Read more