What Is Third Degree Assault in Connecticut?

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In Connecticut, Third Degree assault is defined as, intentionally causing physical harm with a weapon or injury and criminal negligence. The sentence for third degree assault is about one year with a fine and no bail allowed.
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Third degree assault is when someone assaults another person and does substancial harm to that person. It also can be assault to a minor. Some states file this ...
Third degree assault is when someone assaults another person and does substancial harm to that person. It also can be assault to a minor. Some states file this ...
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