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- What is Assault?Verbal threat or threatening harmful action. The act of creating apprehension of an imminent harmful or offensive contact with a person
- What is Battery?"Use of force against another, resulting in harmful, offensive or sexual contact"
- What is Aggravated Battery?"(1) Use of a deadly weapon (2) Battery in which serious bodily injury occurs. (3) Battery against a child, elderly person, pregnant woman, or police officer."
- What is Aggravated Assault?"Physically attacking another person which results in serious bodily harm and/or is made with a deadly or dangerous weapon such as a gun, knife, sword, ax or blunt instrument."
- Battery Vs AssultAssault: Threat of violence is enough to constitute assault; no physical contact is necessary. Battery: Physical contact is mandatory
- What is a Robbery?"The taking of property from a person or their immediate area by threatening or using force. There are three elements to a Robbery: (1) Theft, (2) Person and (3) Force."
- What is a Burglary?The unlawful entry or trespass to a premise for the purpose of committing a theft or felony crime within. A burglary has two elements: (1) Unlawful Entry and (2) Theft or Felony
- What is Grand Jury?A grand jury is a group of people that are selected and sworn in by a court. A grand jury helps the prosecutor decide whether to bring criminal charges against a suspect in a crime. A grand jury typically has twenty-three or more members 12 of whom shall be necessary to constitute a quorum.
- What is a Trial Jury?"Trial juries decide the facts of a case a formal trial, and usually consist of six to twelve people all of whom must agree to enter a guilty decision. Unlike a grand jury, a trial jury usually has no say in what evidence they get to see"
- What is a Theft?"The taking control over someone Else's property without their consent. Depending on the monetory worth of the property a theft can be treated as a misemeanor (less serious) or a felony (more serious). The word is also used as an informal shorthand term for some crimes against property, such as burglary, embezzlement, larceny, looting, robbery, shoplifting, library theft, and fraud"
- What is Armed Robbery?"When the offender uses a weapon or threaten to use force but not a gun. In most states in the US, Armed Robbery is not a distinct class of crime. Instead, defendants are charged with Aggravated Robbery."
- What is Forcible Felony?"A felony crime, which uses or threatens the use of physical force or violence against another person."
- "What is the meaning of ""Force"" in the Security domain""This word, when used in the security or law domains, is used to describe bodily harm to another or the threat of bodily harm to another."