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Facts about Assault

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The more serious crime of aggravated assault is treated as a felony.

Assault

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Assault

Simple assaults that do not involve any aggravation, such as use of a deadly weapon, are distinguished from aggravated assaults, with correspondingly lesser penalties.

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Assault

Assault is a crime of violence against another person.

Assault

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Assault

Consent may be a complete or partial defense to assault.

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The perpetrator must be able to perform the violent action immediately, otherwise they are guilty of menace or blackmail, rather than assault.

Assault

Sentences for aggravated assault are generally more severe, reflecting the greater degree of harm or malice intended by the perpetrator.

Assault

Latin for "guilty act," in assault, this occurs when one person causes another to fear that force is about to be used to cause some degree of personal contact and possible injury.

Assault

Aggravated assault involves four elements: (1) The apparent, present ability to carry out (2) an unlawful attempt (3) to commit a violent injury (4) upon another.

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Assault

Assault is the intention or threat to use violence.