#1
I'm looking at the S. 1959 Act and it doesn't define many of the words it uses like: "force" or "radical religion"...where can i find the definition of words used by the US government? I've googled it and didn't find anything :/
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#2
As far as force goes, I'm pretty sure any touching would apply. US is a common law state though, so precedent has probably been set in a case. I think that's how it works anyways. "Radical religion" would probably be what the court deems to be a radical religion, I think . . .
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#3
Do you have a link to the actual document? I would assume that their meaning is contextual