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Assault includes any behavior or physical attack that results in injury or threat to another person or damage to their property. This also includes assault that has not yet happened but is planned to happen, as well as threats that cause fear of assault.
Threats of assault may be physical, verbal, or written. They may be spoken or sent by any form of communication or media. The threats may be direct, implied, or understood.
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