Penal Code 273.5 PC "corporal injury on a spouse" is defined as willfully
inflicting a physical injury that causes a "traumatic condition" on an intimate
May 18, 2010 ... “Excessive force” is defined as “using force to cause a traumatic condition or
inflict a corporal injury on a spouse or cohabitant.” A “traumatic ...
(1) The defendant willfully inflicted corporal injury. (2) On a spouse, ex-spouse,
cohabitant, or the mother or father of his or her child. (3) The corporal injury ...
Jan 21, 2016 ... To be convicted of corporal injury to a spouse, it must be proven that you willfully
inflicted injury and that you caused the victim to sustain a ...
Those charges are corporal injury to a spouse, which is charged a felony crime or
... Unlike inflicting corporal injury in a spouse the crime of spousal battery is a ...
Corporal Injury On A Spouse. This is a "wobbler offense," which means it can be
charged as a misdemeanor or a felony. This could mean the difference between
PC 273.5(a) & 273.5(f)(1) Corporal injury to spouse or cohabitant. ... must prove
that the defendant willfully inflicted an injury to his or her spouse or cohabitant, ...
Aggravated Domestic Battery,; Corporal Injury To A Spouse or Co-Habitant ... a
battery is committed against any person and “serious bodily” injury is inflicted on
Feb 27, 2012 ... To be convicted of inflicting corporal injury on an intimate partner, the ... You may
have intended to strike your spouse or dating partner but not ...
The terms corporal injury and battery are often misunderstood. ... You
intentionally inflicted a bodily injury on a person. The injured person has to be
your spouse or former spouse, a fiancé or fiancée, the other parent of your child,
current or ...