Assault and Battery
In order to be convicted for the crime of Assault and Battery, the prosecutor must prove:
- The defendant committing a touching, however slight;
- That the defendant intended to engage in the touching;
- That the touching was harmful or offensive; and
- That it was committed without justification or excuse.
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- Aggravated Assault & Battery
- Aggravated Assault & Battery with a Dangerous Weapon
- Armed Assault with Intent to Murder or Kill
- Assault & Battery on a Police Officer or Public Servant
- Assault & Battery on Elderly or Disabled Persons
- Assault & Battery with a Dangerous Weapon
- Assault By Means of A Dangerous Weapon
- Assault With Intent to Murder or Kill
- Assault with Intent to Rob (Unarmed)