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Assault Charges & Penalties

Assault is defined as the threat or attempt to physically touch or strike a person in an offensive manner, causing bodily harm either knowingly or recklessly. There are three degrees of assault with regard to Colorado law: 1 st and 2nd-degree charges which are considered ...

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