Ask Help When Filing Assault Cases
Assault cases are commonly understood when the offender intentionally or irresponsibly caused apprehension of unlawful personal violence to a victim. The victim must anticipate that the offender will make personal violence for it to be categorized as an assault. This includes threats, threats using weapons, and other similar attacks. Others can ignore a simple threat but these assaults against you can be grave and deadly. These small crimes must not be neglected.
Each offense committed you are categorized to specific assault types:
1. Assault – It is a crime of violence against one another. These are typically a threat of injury that can cause harm to the other. It can be a verbal threat that would put the complainant in an uncomfortable state.
2. Assault with deadly weapon – Threats can also include deadly weapons such as a knife, gun, or any object that can cause pain.
3. Aggravated Battery – This assault case is filed when a deadly weapon injures the victim.
DISCLAIMER: While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of this publication, it is not intended to provide legal advice as individual situations will differ and should be discussed with an expert and/or lawyer. For specific or legal advice on the information provided and related topics, please contact us.
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