Is it legal for an officer of the court to have knowledge of a criminal assault and not take any action?
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Re: Criminal Assault
It depends. Knowledge of a assault is generally not enough. Plus it also depends on the circumstances and whether the officer is a law enforcement officer. However, that person may be a witness for the person assaulted.
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