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Inmate’s Unwanted Touching is Battery of Guard (access required)

The Court of Appeals affirmed defendant’s bench trial conviction for assault and battery of a correctional officer, finding the record evidence sufficient to prove an unwanted touching in violation of institutional rules. Defendant was incarcerated in an institution with rules prohibiting inmates from touching guards. Defendant touched victim in a manner she found bothersome and ...

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