There are numerous ways to commit misconduct involving weapons. Violations of the law occur where a person carries a deadly weapon to commit a serious crime, where a person lies to law enforcement about having a deadly weapon, and where a person under age 21 has a concealed deadly weapon. A pocket knife is not considered to be a deadly weapon in these scenarios.
Misconduct involving weapons also includes situations where a person makes or sells an illegal weapon, has a deadly weapon without permission, or provides a deadly weapon to someone prohibited from having it (for instance, an ex-felon). Scratching the serial number from a gun, having a gun with the serial number altered, shooting at an occupied building, having a gun on school grounds or at a polling place on the day of an election are even more examples of misconduct involving weapons.
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