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assault and battery

What is simple affray?

In North Carolina, the law merges assault, which is the threat of bodily harm, and battery, which is unlawful bodily contact, into a single crime. The same law that defines and imposes penalties for assault and battery also covers a similar offense, simple affray....

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What is a serious bodily injury?

A criminal charge for assault can change depending on the nature of the situation and the injuries sustained. One important factor the prosecutor will consider is if there was a serious bodily injury. According to the UNC North Carolina Criminal Law blog, serious...

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