Assault

There are three degrees of Assault. The degree is determined by elements such as the manner of assault, the severity of the injury, weather a weapon is used, and the intent of the defendant.

  • Intentionally or recklessly causing physical injury to someone, or
  • Negligently causing physical injury to someone with a weapon.
  • Intentionally causing serious physical injury to someone,
  • Recklessly causing serious physical injury to someone with a weapon,
  • Causing physical injury to someone during the commission of a felony
  • Intentionally causing physical injury to a school employee, student, or transit authority employee, or
  • Recklessly or intentionally causing physical injury to a person less than 11 years old.
  • Intentionally causing serious physical injury to someone,
  • Intentionally disfiguring or disabling someone,
  • Recklessly creating a grave risk of death, and thereby causing serious physical injury to someone, or
  • Causing serious physical injury to another person during the commission of a felony.
 
 

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