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04-29-2013, 10:49 PM
Shaun Daigle
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Originally Posted by tinyzombies View Post
Assault is not battery. It means he said something threatening, he didn't hit anyone. And he was only charged, not convicted.
Assault in the Criminal Code of Canada refers to any unwanted physical contact.

Saying something threatening is called, believe it or not, Uttering Threats.

You're right about there being no conviction yet.

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