See also:law, an
See also:act done with
See also:intent to commit a
See also:crime, and forming one of a series of acts which would constitute its actual commission if it were not interrupted . An attempt must proceed beyond mere preparation, but at the same
See also:time it must fall
See also:short of the ultimate purpose in any
See also:part of it . The actual point, however, at which an act ceases to be an attempt, and becomes criminal, depends upon the circumstances of each particular case . A
See also:person may be guilty of an attempt to commit a crime, even if its commission in the manner proposed was impossible . Every attempt to commit a treason,
See also:felony or indictable misdemeanour is in itself an indictable misdemeanour, punishable by
See also:fine or imprisonment, unless the attempt to commit is specifically punishable by
See also:statute as a felony, or in a defined manner as a mis demeanour; and a person who has been indicted for a felony or Misdemeanour may, if the evidence so warrants, be found guilty only of the attempt, provided that it too is a misdemeanour .
ATTAR [or OTTO] OF ROSES (Pers. 'atar, essence)
ATTENTION (from Lat. ad-tendo, await, expect; the c...
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