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I have been charged with Assault 266 and Utter Threat first

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Hello I have been charged with Assault 266 and Utter Threat for the first time but my intentions were merely reflex
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Customer: I went to my ex-fiancé's house yesterday and my intention was to pick up the rest of my things from his house. My anger got the best of me and instead of saying I need my stuff back I attempted to slap his face. He stopped me however and I was shaking and I could not let go of his arm. We had a few exchange of words and he agitated me and I punched his stomach but not enough to make him gasp of heave. We had more exchange of words (non-threatening on my part). That evening a police officer came to my house and served me with papers and a court date.
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Submitted: 7 months ago.
Category: Canada Law
Expert:  Ulysses101 replied 7 months ago.

Hello, thank you for the question.

Were there any witnesses to this event?

When is your court date?

Do you have a criminal record?

Expert:  Ulysses101 replied 7 months ago.

I'm still here if you want to discuss your criminal law matter. Or perhaps you've got a lawyer of your own by now?

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