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Aggravated Assault - What is It?

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« on: July 18, 2016, 05:45:55 am »

The typical primary difference between assault and aggravated assault is the use of a weapon or other object during the attack. Under normal circumstances, if a person attacks another person with his or her bare hands with the intention of physically harming the other person or causing him or her bodily harm, then the person would be charged with assault. If a person attacks another person with a knife, gun, blunt object, or other similar type of weapon that could not only cause serious bodily harm but potentially kill, maim, or seriously disfigure the person, then the person could be charged with aggravated assault. Aggravated assault is commonly used to indicate that the form of assault was more severe and that the punishment should also be more severe.



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