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Criminal – Unlawful Wounding Of Officer – Intent – Sufficiency (access required)

There was sufficient evidence of defendant's intent to "maim, disfigure, disable or kill" the law enforcement officer where defendant repeatedly struck the officer, who was responding to a domestic violence call, and the officer required stitches over both eyes and on his chin, and suffered a retinal hemorrhage in one eye. Although an assault with fists ...

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