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When Does Assault Become Battery?
When Does Assault Become Battery?

Assault and battery are often confused for one another; however, there are key differences between the two. What is Assault? In Michigan, assault is defined as an attempt to cause physical injury or harm to another person. For instance, attempting to strike someone with ...

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