Assaultive Crime Definition
Assaultive crimes are offenses against another person that involve causing or threatening bodily harm or making offensive or harassing physical contact. A crime with an element of assault includes offenses such as assault, homicide, assault with intent to commit great bodily harm less than murder, manslaughter, assaults against pregnant women, stalking, kidnapping, rape, armed robbery, unarmed robbery, terrorism, and violations involving bombs and explosives.
What is considered an assault?
What is considered an assaultive crime in Michigan?
What makes assault aggravated?
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