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Asked on: 6/30/13, 5:16 pm

What level of domesctic is hitting someone with obhect and causing stitches? In selg defense to get away. Show I turn myself in ?

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Answered on: 6/30/13, 5:41 pm by Tricia Dwyer

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Answered on: 6/30/13, 7:11 pm by Thomas C. Gallagher

Minnesota state assault crimes are ranked in severity based upon several factors, one being the level of injury to the other person(s); another being the use of a weapon. Generally any alleged assault involving "substantial bodily harm" or a weapon, could be charged as a felony level assault. The use of reasonable force can be a defense and lawful, even if the aggressor is injured as a result. If there is an arrest warrant it is a good idea to turn yourself in, but not until after consulting, and preferably retaining, a criminal defense lawyer first. You are welcome to give me a call to discuss further.


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