This came up in a Protection Order hearing, and there was some initial confusion as to which type of weapon was being discussed. Mace or a mace?
Mace is a brand name of pepper spray or tear gas, a product commonly sold for self-defense.
For more information, visit the Mace brand website here.
Spanish – Since Mace is a brand name, it can be left as is. Alternatively, gas lacrimógeno or gas pimienta can be used.
A mace is a a weapon with a heavy head and spikes, which can be used to bludgeon a person.
Spanish – maza
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We appreciate your professionalism and varied information.
Elizabeth Vigil, Spanish/English Interpreter
On Wed, Oct 31, 2018 at 9:45 AM Décalage: Keeping up with times wrote:
> coloradointerpreter posted: “This came up in a Protection Order hearing, > and there was some initial confusion as to which type of weapon was being > discussed. Mace or a mace? Mace is a brand name of pepper spray or tear > gas, a product commonly sold for self-defense. For more informa” >