common assault


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common assault

an assault that is not aggravated.
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Danish golf star Thorbjorn Olesen has been suspended from the European Tour after being charged with sexual assault, being drunk on an aircraft and common assault.The 29-year-old - a member of the victorious 2019 European Ryder Cup team and a five-time champion on the European Tour - is to appear in court in London on August 21."Thorbjorn Olesen has been suspended from the European Tour pending the outcome of legal proceedings," a European Tour spokesperson said.
Durnin, from Bootle, denied raciallyaggravated common assault and an alternative charge of common assault in a four-day trial.
At Mold Magistrates on January 23 this year, Nathan James Kendrick, 25 of Wheatsheaf Lane, Gwersyllt, Wrexham, had admitted common assault against his former partner Lucy Florence Lewis and throwing her Yorkshire terrier-cross from his bedroom window.
Other crimes punished with short sentences included three cases of sexual assault against women, six cases of racially or religiously aggravated common assault, 11 home burglaries, 104 common assaults and 30 cases of possession of an item with a blade or point.
Khushhaal Nazier, 33, admitted two charges of racially/religiously aggravated common assault at Teesside Magistrates' Court on Wednesday.
The hearing, chaired by West Midlands Police Chief Constable Dave Thompson, revealed PC Glasgow had appeared in magistrates court where he had pleaded guilty to a charge of common assault. He was fined PS200 and told to pay court costs of PS60.
McKeown, from Vernon Street, South Belfast, pleaded guilty to three counts of common assault.
Billy Valentine had previous convictions for common assault, assaulting a Pc, and public order - this involved him spitting blood at police and door staff outside an Aberystwyth club, and threatening to burgle the home of the Pc and murder him - as well as for four other assaults.
Veiga, 35, of Westgate Road, Newcastle, appeared at South East Northumberland Magistrates' Court, where he faced one count each of causing grievous bodily harm with intent, making threats to kill and common assault. James Long, prosecuting, said the first two charges related to the same alleged victim, while the common assault charge related to a female victim.
He is charged with one count of raciallyaggravated common assault.
PC Sunil Narr, a response officer based in the city, was charged with common assault after a police complaints investigation into the incident was referred to the Crime Prosecution Service.

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