A domestic violence law, California Penal Code 273.5 PC makes it a crime to
inflict visible injury on a current or former spouse, cohabitant or co-parent.
(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 ...
May 18, 2010 ... Corporal injury on spouse sentencing and punishment will result in 364 ... person
who willfully inflicts upon a person who is his or her spouse, ...
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 ...
This offense is also referred to as domestic abuse, domestic violence, or corporal
injury to a spouse. To prove that a defendant committed the crime of inflicting ...
Feb 19, 2010 ... Corporal injury on a spouse or cohabitant is a serious crime in ... prove that a
physical injury was willfully inflicted on a spouse, former spouse, ...
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Oct 27, 2011 ... Penal Code 273.5 PC | Corporal Injury to Spouse or Cohabitant ... 1.that you
inflicted corporal (bodily) injury upon (a) your current or former ...
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, ...
To be convicted of corporal injury on a spouse/cohabitant, a prosecutor must
prove "beyond a reasonable doubt" that not only did the defendant intend to inflict
Domestic abuse is defined by the state as when a person inflicts injury on a
former or current spouse, a cohabitant, or a mother or father of one's child ...