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We typically replace the battery in an iPod on the same day that it arrives, test it out overnight, and ship it back the very next business day (of course keeping you updated at every stage of the process).
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  Battery (crime)   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Battery is often broken down into gradations for the purposes of determining the severity of punishment.
Aggravated battery is generally regarded as a serious offense of felony grade, involving the loss of the victim's limb or some other type of permanent disfigurement of the victim.
As successor to the common law crime of mayhem, this is sometimes subsumed in the definition of aggravated assault.
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  Los Angeles Violent Crimes Criminal Defense Attorneys, Arson, Battery, Child Abuse, Murder, Homicide, Domestic ...
Aggravated Battery: (1) A criminal battery accompanied by circumstances that make it more severe, such as the use of a deadly weapon or the fact that the battery resulted in serious bodily harm.
Kidnapping: (1) At common law, the crime of forcibly abducting a person from his or her own country and sending the person to another.
Terrorist Threats: A threat to commit any crime of violence with the purpose of (1) terrorizing another, (2) Causing the evacuation of a building, public or assembly, or facility of public transportation, (3) causing serious public inconvenience, or (4) recklessly disregarding the risk of causing such terror or inconvenience.
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  Violent Crimes: Murder, Assault & More at Total Criminal Defense
Violent crimes, because of their impact on victims and the associated costs to society, are generally treated more seriously by courts and prosecuting attorneys than certain other classes of crime.
Hate crime typically doesn't refer to a particular crime, but to a sentencing enhancement that can be applied to a wide range of crimes when those crimes are motivated by bias against a protected group.
Thus, in order to prove a hate crime, the prosecution must prove two independent elements: first, that the defendant committed the underlying crime, and second, that the defendant was motivated by hate or bias toward the minority group to which the victim belongs.
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 crime - FUTEF   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Colombo crime family is one of the "Five Families" that controls organized crime activities in New York City, USA, within the nationwide criminal phenomenon known as the Mafia (or Cosa Nostra).
A violent crime or crime of violence is a crime in which the offender uses or threatens to use violent force upon the victim.
This entails both crimes in which the violent act is the objective, such as murder, as well as crimes in which violence i...
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 89021 -- State v. Perez-Moran -- Davis -- Kansas Supreme Court
Battery or attempted battery of a law enforcement officer requires that the defendant be 'in custody of the secretary of corrections' at the time of commission of the crime.
He reasons that the convictions were an element of the crime of battery against a law enforcement officer, that they enhanced the severity level and the applicable penalties, and that they elevated the classification of the crime from a misdemeanor to a felony.
Battery against a law enforcement officer committed against a uniformed state, county, or city law enforcement officer other than a city, state, county, or juvenile correctional officer or employee is a class A person misdemeanor.
www.romingerlegal.com /kansas/kansas_courts/890211.htm   (3383 words)

  
 Battery Considered Grave Crime In Some Places
Battery is strong and/or aggressive and sometimes is confused with physical attack.
Family aggression battery may be restricted in its scope among people in a certain point of connection: statutes regarding this insult have been showed as a reaction to the growing consciousness of the home violence problem.
To determine if somebody is guilty of a battery crime it is required to demonstrate the purpose of the attacker; sometimes the person who commits this crime can be absolved of the charges if he/she presents evidences of suffering an unbalanced mental condition.
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 Battery criminal battery crime Wisconsin
Criminal battery is the direct or indirect intentional unlawful, reckless, or criminally negligent application of force against another person resulting in phsycial harm or offensive touching.
In some situations, a touching that would otherwise be lawful can constitute battery such as when the touching exceeds the scope of consent or the recipient of the touching is particularly sensitive.
Battery is an intent crime; under common law principles, the defendant's required mental state is equivalent to recklessness.
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A battery consists of a positive electrode, a negative electrode, a porous separator that keeps the electrodes from touching, and an ionic electrolyte, which is the conducting medium for ions (charged particles) between the positive and the negative electrodes.
When the battery is being charged, ions transfer from the positive to the negative electrodes via the electrolyte.
This property results in a battery that can be charged and discharged significantly more often than conventional rechargeable batteries because of the absence of particle fatigue that plagues materials such as graphite.
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 Norristown Assault & Battery Lawyer | Pennsylvania Violent Crimes Defense Attorney
A: Assault is the most commonly committed violent crime in the U.S. In most states, assaults are classified as either "simple," or "aggravated." A simple assault is an attempt or a threat to commit a physical injury without using a weapon.
Not all cases of assault and battery are clear, so it is important to contact a criminal lawyer to represent you and make sure that your legal rights are respected and you are aware of all of your options.
Battery is any offensive touching of another person with the intent to cause harm.
www.hilleslaw.com /CM/FSDP/PracticeCenter/Criminal-Law/Assault.asp   (1444 words)

  
 USCA1 Opinion 05-2656
Appellant claims that, under Puerto Rico law, the battery conviction was a misdemeanor, not a felony, and that he is entitled to re-sentencing.
Felony aggravated battery is “punishable by imprisonment for a fixed term of 3 years”; that sentence could be increased to five years if aggravating factors existed and decreased to two years if “attenuating circumstances are present.” P.R. Laws Ann.
Appellant does not seek to classify a crime based solely on the sentence imposed, but invokes the sentence as decisive proof that he was convicted of a misdemeanor.
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 Converted WP file /web/data/judiciary/opinions/081104
Battery is an inherently included lesser offense of rape, and the element distinguishing the two offenses is sexual intercourse.
Quite obviously there were several separate batteries of the victim on this occasion: (1) In the bedroom he knocked her to the floor and kicked her; (2) In the baby's room he repeatedly hit her in the face.
It is apparent that the separate battery charge as a Class A misdemeanor, upon which there was a separate conviction, was premised upon the allegation that Angle hit, kicked and grabbed the victim by the throat, causing bodily injury.
www.in.gov /judiciary/opinions/previous/archive/081104.wwr.html   (2564 words)

  
 San Diego Violent Crime Defense Attorney :: Violent Crimes :: Coronado, California Criminal Lawyer   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Assault is often defined as a separate crime from battery, even though assault and battery are often charged together.
Battery, on the other hand, is defined as the "unwanted touching of another person, or anything connected to that person." Considered offensive, a battery is an intended act and without consent (permission) of the person being affected.
The primary difference between assault and battery is that battery requires more than merely the verbal threat of harm.
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 Trials   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The person need not be present when the crime is actually committed to be charged with aiding and abetting or accessory, merely involved somehow in any part of the committed crime.
The action doesn’t have to be a crime itself; it just has to show that the people involved knew about the plan and intended to break the law.
The actual crime charged would vary, based on factors such as: the severity of the victim's injuries, if there was a minor present and whether a restraining order was violated in the process.
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 ICADV Legal Information
For example, a victim obtains an OP in State A, where the violation of an order is a misdemeanor crime, but she travels to State B, where violation of an order is prosecuted as criminal contempt of court.
It is also a federal crime for a person convicted of a qualifying misdemeanor crime of domestic violence (bodily harm) to possess a firearm or ammunition.
Domestic battery is a Class 4 felony if the defendant has any prior conviction under this Code for domestic battery (Section 12‑3.2) or violation of an order of protection (Section 12‑30), or any prior conviction under the law of another jurisdiction for an offense which is substantially similar.
www.ilcadv.org /legal/ActBooklet5.htm   (6245 words)

  
 Legal Source Directory - Because We Know Legal: PETROPOULOS v. DEPARTMENT OF REAL ESTATE
DRE argued before the ALJ that although battery is not a crime of moral turpitude per se, the facts and circumstances of the January 9, 2000 incident did involve moral turpitude in that Petropoulos attempted to inflict serious injury on a person with whom he had a close, personal relationship.
He held that the evidence in the police report that Petropoulos punched Cardenas hard enough to bruise her face and raise a bump on the back of her head—in combination with Petropoulos’s size[5]—established by clear and convincing evidence that there was a threat of substantial physical injury to the victim under Regulation 2910, subdivision (a)(8).
Subdivision (b) describes unambiguously “a felony or a crime involving moral turpitude” as the predicate criminal offense for license suspension or revocation without the requirement that the crime be substantially related to the profession.
www.fearnotlaw.com /articles/article8285.html   (5582 words)

  
 87695 -- State v. Winters -- Luckert -- Kansas Supreme Court
First, crimes are multiplicitous where they merge; that is, where they constitute a single wrongful act and the same evidence is required to prove both crimes.
Under the facts of this case, the convictions of a severity level 7 aggravated battery and a severity level 4 aggravated battery were multiplicitous, and the trial court properly vacated the defendant's conviction for the lesser offense.
Second, the crimes merged because the same evidence was required to sustain each charge and the elements of proof necessary to prove the severity level 4 aggravated battery necessarily proved the severity level 7 aggravated battery.
www.romingerlegal.com /kansas/kansas_courts/876951.htm   (2797 words)

  
 Current State Statutes
(b) A person commits the crime of menacing a sports official if he or she commits the crime of menacing as provided for by Section 13A-6-23, Code of Alabama 1975, and the victim is a sports official performing official duties and the menacing is a result of the official performing his or her official duties.
H. Battery upon a sports official is the unlawful, intentional touching or application of force to the person of a sports official while he is in the lawful discharge of his duties, when done in a rude, insolent or angry manner.
J. Aggravated battery upon a sports official consists of the unlawful touching or application of force to the person of a sports official with intent to injure that sports official while he is in the lawful discharge of his duties.
www.naso.org /legislation/page4.htm   (3399 words)

  
 Imhoff & Associates Criminal Defense Attorneys. Assault and Battery, domestic violence, rape, sexual assualt, assualt ...
Includes the act of putting another person in reasonable fear or apprehension of an immediate battery by means of an act amounting to an attempt or threat to commit a battery.
Battery : the actual intentional striking of someone, with intent to harm, or in a "rude and insolent manner" even if the injury is slight.
Aggravated Assault: the crime of physically attacking another person, which results in serious bodily harm and/or is made with a deadly or dangerous weapon.
www.criminalattorney.com /pages/crimes/assault_battery.htm   (578 words)

  
 Expert California Sex Crime | Sex Offense Lawyer - Los Angeles Criminal Defense Attorney Stephen G. Rodriguez
California sex crimes include all forms of illegal sexual activity ranging from the serious crime of Rape to the less serious crime of Prostitution.
If you have been accused of or charged with committing a California sex crime, it is important that you immediately consult with a skilled criminal defense attorney who is experienced in handling these types of cases.
Consent is required for all acts of sexual touching and, in many cases, ignored unwanted sexual touching may lead to Attempted Rape or Rape itself.
www.lacriminaldefenseattorney.com /SexCases.html   (1136 words)

  
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Because discount laptop batteries are our primary business, our sales people receive extensive training on notebook computer power requirements, Lithium Ion battery technology, and AC DC power.
Some notebook battery vendors advertise "refurbished" cheap laptop batteries at steeply discounted prices.
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 battery power packs from Crime Alarms - Battery Power Packs
Having come across many situations, especially on building sites, where sales cabins or suites are running directly from generators - Crime Alarms Security Systems offer the option of installing a battery power pack for occasions when the power may fail or fluctuate.
The power pack will 'float' charge the battery in times of mains power being available and then run the alarm or staff protection systems during times of fluctuating power or complete power outages.
These packs are supplied on a weekly hire charge as most of our clients only require them for a few weeks at a time.
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 Batteries - Laptop, Camcorder, Cordless Phone, Cell Phone, Digital Camera - Battery Chargers
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We offer volume discounts, import, export and we specialize in both wet and sealed types of batteries.
We sell popular battery brands as Dell, Gateway Batteries, IBM Batteries, Optima, Odyssey Drycell Battery, Panasonic Batteries, Power-Sonic Batteries and Yuasa Batteries.
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 ENTERTAINMENT | Breaking news, weather, sports, video from KHOU.com, 11 News
Lou Diamond Phillips gets 3 years probation for domestic battery
LOS ANGELES -- Lou Diamond Phillips pleaded no contest Thursday to a misdemeanor count of domestic battery and was sentenced to three years probation for an incident involving his live-in girlfriend.
The actor, 44, must also undergo one year of domestic violence counseling and 200 hours of community service, said Frank Mateljan, spokesman for the Los Angeles city attorney’s office.
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