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Assault Lawyer in Clinton North Carolina

An assault is an act of imposing physical damage or unwanted physical contact on an individual. In legal definitions, it also means a threat or attempts to commit an unwanted physical action. It is considered both a crime and torture; therefore the results are criminal prosecution and civil liability. Assault mainly includes things like being pushed, shoved, kicked, or punched. It may also involve the use of weapons. For example, if someone punches you in the stomach or on your back, or someone hits you with a bottle or threatens to harm you with a knife.
 
According to the law, several types of assaults depend on how a person hurts someone or how badly the person is injured. Some types of assault are:

1. Common assault:
It is when someone uses some force like pushing or slapping or even threatening.

2. Actual body harm:
When you get injured as the result of an assault, like a bruise or scratches.

3. Grievous body harm:
When you get a severe injury in an assault, like getting stabbed.

4. Sexual assault:
This is sexual abuse in which someone forces you to have sex or physical contact unwillingly.

5. Relationship abuse:
This term is used to describe an assault, be it your partner, boyfriend, or girlfriend.

6. Hate crime:
This is an assault in which someone assaults you because of your identity, race, religion, culture, gender, disability, or sexual orientation. Police take hate crime very seriously and may have severe results as it motivates hate.

Even if the attack does not result in physical injuries, it is still referred to as an assault. Incidents can happen anywhere at any place in your home, office, or school. Whether you get physically hurt or attacked, being assaulted harms you, so it is our right to take a step against the assaulter. If you are a victim of assault in North Carolina call us at (910) 379-4688.

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