Non Fatal Offences: Assault and Battery Quiz

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1. Which is the definition of assault?

  • To intentionally or recklessly cause the apprehension of immediate force.
  • To intentionally cause the apprehension of immediate force.
  • The intentional or reckless application of unlawful force.
  • To intentionally or recklessly cause the fear of another.
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2. Which is the point of law from Tuberville V Savage?

  • Words can cancel an assault
  • No need for contact for an assault
  • Possibility of force is enough
  • Confirmed the definition of assualt

3. Which of these is an example of a battery?

  • Slapping
  • Shouting
  • Deep cuts
  • A broken arm

4. Which case states that; the fear of possibility of immediate force is enough for an assault?

  • R v Bollom
  • Tuberville v Savage
  • Smith v Chief Superintendent of Woking Police Station
  • R v Venna

5. Which is the definition for battery?

  • The intentional or reckless application of force.
  • The application of force.
  • The intentional or reckless application of unlawful force.
  • An assault occasioning unlawful force.

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