To N. Cal Attorney:I hope you are doing well!I need help on this question and I need it as soon as possible. By tomorrow morning if you can pretty please? Maybe in about 4 hours so that I can understand it and review it and then see if I need more clarification on it but here is the question:Has the offense of assault and battery merged into a single offense in the state of Pennsylvania or do they consider them different crimes? Can you also give me the statutory law that talks about this so that I can mention a citation?I will add an extra bonus if I can get this very quickly.Thanks so much for your help with this!Mary G. Optional Information:Country relating to Question: United StatesState (if USA): Pennsylvania
How would I cite this statute of section 2701 if I was referring to it on paper?Thank you!Mary
Thank you for accepting my answer.The statute I quoted is cited as 18 Pa. Cons. Stat. § 2701 or as 18 Pa.C.S. § 2701.1 Pa. Cons. Stat. § 102 states: § 102. Citation of Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes. The Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes may be cited by title and section number. Without prejudice to any other form of citation, a citation to any section of this act in the following form shall, except as provided in section 303 of this title (relating to cross references between provisions of the Consolidated Statutes), be adequate for all purposes: "1 Pa.C.S. § 102."Fromhttp://law.justia.com/codes/pennsylvania/2010/title-1/chapter-1/102/N Cal Attorney41085.9561395833
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