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The touching of another without permission or without other lawful purpose is a battery or related to it an assault. This can also lead to a domestic violence charge. If there are physical marks or indicia of a harmful touching this can be a serious criminal matter as well as a civil matter.
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He was not pyschially hurt at all i know that for a fact he is just doing all of this stuff just to get back at me because he is angry since he did not get his way and when he does not get his way with his mother then that is when he does things like this to get me upset and to try and cause me probles.and i know for a fact that he does not have any scratches or anything as he had a leather jacket on and after this took place he walked right back to my car and i had to take him to a motel as that is what he wanted.
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