dangerousness dangerousness  /ˈdeɪn dʒə rəs nəs/

Definition(s):

  • (n) the quality of not being safe

Usage(s):

  1. Or a certain imperiousness in Blanchett's playing, a certain dangerousness in Owen's.
  2. According to Texas law, guilt and future dangerousness are matters for jurors, not prosecutors, to decide.
  3. But Delamora did not have a criminally violent history, which weakened the argument for future dangerousness.

News

  1. Brockton stabbing suspect held on $1 million bail

    No dangerousness hearing was held Monday for the man accused of repeatedly stabbing a Brookfield Drive woman, leaving her in critical condition last Tuesday.
    on June 11, 2013     Source: The Brockton Enterprise

  2. Dangerousness hearing for Fall River nightclub shooting suspect resumes today

    A dangerousness hearing will resume today in Fall River Superior Court for the 21-year-old Randolph man accused of shooting a man in the leg outside Entourage Restaurant and Night Club on May 12.
    on June 11, 2013     Source: Fall River Herald News

  3. Dangerousness hearing to conclude Monday in Entourage shooting

    A dangerousness hearing began Friday in Superior Court for the 21-year-old Randolph man accused of shooting a man in the leg outside Entourage Restaurant and Night Club on May 12. A Bristol County grand jury indicted Trevor Rodriguez this week on charges of armed assault to murder, armed assault to rob, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon causing serious injury, carrying a firearm ...
    on June 8, 2013     Source: Fall River Herald News

Quotes

  1. "That's quite a burden to predict the future dangerousness of a murderer," Sen. Mike Flood of Norfolk said of the proposal turned down Thursday.
    on Apr 12, 2007 By: Mike Flood Source: WOWT

  2. "Reliance on the mind-altering effects of small amounts of marijuana to establish dangerousness is misplaced," Ciparick wrote, noting the Legislature in 1977 reduced possession of up to 25 grams of marijuana outside prison to a non-criminal...
    on Jun 10, 2008 By: Carmen Beauchamp Ciparick Source: Newsday

  3. However, "the dangerousness of these jobs has greatly diminished and life expectancy of (these workers) is the same, if not better, than others," Sarkozy said.
    on Sep 18, 2007 By: Nicolas Sarkozy Source: International Herald Tribune

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