Aggravated assault is a felony and includes the act or fear of causing harm or injury to another individual. A defendant can be charged with aggravated assault even if physical harm does not occur. A mere threat to severely injure someone with evidence to prove that a threat has been made is enough to charge someone of the crime.
Degrees of Aggravated Assault
There are 2 degrees that can be used to charge someone with this account, which include:
1st Degree Aggravated Assault:The intentional act in which the defendant had made plans to cause harm to a victim prior to doing so or threatening to do so.
2nd Degree Aggravated Assault:
The act of threatening or causing deliberate harm to someone without planning to do so prior to the incident.
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