Assault and battery are not the same crimes; however, they are related and can often occur at the same time and, consequently, are typically prosecuted together. Assault is the act of threatening to hurt someone, while battery refers to the actual act of violence. Assault and battery are both serious charges seriously and carry harsh penalties if a conviction takes place, including jail time and more.
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