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Assault and Self-Defense
Assault and Self-Defense

Assault can take different forms, but it typically involves unwanted touching that is harmful or offensive, attempting to injure another using unlawful force, or putting someone else in fear of bodily harm. Various degrees and types of assault are criminal offenses under ...

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