Criminals, police, military forces, and civilians practice martial arts which often utilize weapons. One major difference is weather or not the weapons are handled according to legal guidelines. This special anthology includes insightful writings that focus on aspects of martial arts as they are practiced and used by different people on both sides of the law.
Realistic Martial Arts for Violence and Peace
- Striving for Realism: Concerns Common to Martial Arts and Law Enforcement Training, by H. Richard Friman, Ph.D. and Rick Polland, B.A.
- The Art of Regulation: Martial Arts as Threats to Social Order, by H. Richard Friman, Ph.D.
- Ancient Weapons for Modern Police, by Alex Levitas
- Civil and Criminal Liability: The Martial Artists Potential, Part I, by Noah Nunberg, J.D.
- Civil and Criminal Liability: The Martial Artists Potential, Part II, by Noah Nunberg, J.D.
- Comprehensive Penitentiary Defense as Developed for Use in Spain, by F. Rodríguez Román, Ph.D. and C. Gutiérrez García, Ph.D.
- Using Gradual Force and Applying Techniques from the System of Comprehensive Penitentiary Defense, by Francisco J. Rodrìguez Romàn, B.A.
- Changes in the Martial Artists Right to Bear Arms, by Peter Hobart, J.D.
6" x 9" paperback, 128 pages, 234 illustrations. eBOOK AVAILABLE from Kindle, iTunes, Nook, and Kobo.