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    An assault is committed any time a person knowingly causes physical injury to another person. It is also any time that someone may feel physically threatened or when someone touches someone else to provoke or insult them. (A.R.S. § 13-1203).

    Sometimes assault is classified as a misdemeanor. Aggravated assault is a felony. It is important to know this and to realize that fighting can be illegal. If you are involved in a fight, you could also be charged with disorderly conduct or disturbing the peace.

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    On 04/21/09
    mz.rea from IL said:
    everybody on here got it good cause i stay in Englewood in chicago and all we ever do is fight it's either fight or get ur butt kicked everyday and im gurl and i have to fight
    On 04/14/09
    yuki from AZ said:
    the thing is,is that people fight all the time on or off school grounds so how do they know wo to grab a wht time and place?
    On 04/14/09
    Rjeezy from AZ said:
    If an old lady was n da mall an a group of hoodlums attackd her... An she retaliated with her cane and dntures is dat still assualt on both parties... See think abot dat Chuch...
    On 03/04/09
    Austin from VA said:
    Assualt is deined as attacking another person, so self defense is different. As for fights, it depends if it's on school grounds and how serious it is.
    On 02/17/09
    zainab from AZ said:
    are schools allowed to interfere if you got into a fight during the weekend and you were not on school grounds? also wat if your defending yourself is it still assault?
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