To carry a weapon is to possess it and to carry it with or connected to a part of the body. In Spanish this is said portación de armas.
The weapon may be concealed, in Spanish, arma oculta, or not. Many weapons are included in this category including knives, guns, and ammunition. To view the laws of Delaware click here.
To review the gun glossary click here.
As stated above, custody of an inanimate object, in Spanish, tenencia, is the keeping, guarding, caring, watching, inspecting, preserving, or securing of a thing, and carries with it the idea that the thing is within the immediate personal care and control of the person under who's custody it is subject. When a Judge say that someone is accused of "possession of a deadly weapon", this does not necessarily mean that the weapon was in the person's hand or on his or her body. It means that the person exercised some type of control or custody over the weapon.
10 New Places for Hidden Drugs
This slideshow contains 9 images of illegal drug hiding places. Number 10 is a video. It's the water bottle below.
Allanamiento: To enter a home with a warrant
Indagación: Inquiry; Investigation
Interrogatorio: Interrogation; Interview; Questioning
Registrar: To Search; Pat Down
Inspección ocular: Visual Inspection; Cursory Search
Requisa: A search by authority (jail, airport) or with a warrant
Secuestro (de una cosa): To Seize (a thing); to take custody or ownership by legal authority
Pedido de captura: Arrest warrant; Capias
Observación: Observation; Note
Señas particulares: Identifying Marks
Rasgos: Facial Features
Impresiones digitales: Fingerprints
Preparing for Spring... allergies.
In order to avoid suffering excessive symptoms of allergies, there are some steps you can take. Make sure that you get outside. Don't remain indoors, sheltered from the cold and humidity. The body needs to feel changes of temperature so it can adapt and regulate itself. Just stay warm when you go outside and avoid silly risk-factors like leaving the house with your hair wet in 20 degree weather! There are several herbal supplements that help with nasal and sinus allergies. Butterbur, AllerC, and Oregamax are very good. There are natural massaging-drops for the inside of the nose that contain herbs used in Ayurveda Medicine that your holistic practitioner can prescribe and even prepare. Using a neti pot filled with warm water and sea salt is great for congestion, inflammation, and general problems of the nose. Rinsing with a neti pot is also great for dealing with sinus problems and post-nasal drip. Taking an over-the-counter antihistamine may also help. A good citizen recently gave me this advice: An effective way to fight pollen allergies is to consume honey gathered by local farmers; these honies contain pollen you will later be exposed to in the spring. To me this makes perfect sense; it's basically giving the body elements to create a natural defense. Stay well!