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Violent Crimes: Recklessly Endangering

One of the most frequent Violent Crimes that a criminal defendant can be charged with is the crime of Recklessly Endangering Another Person. Violent Crimes Attorney  In order to be convicted of this crime, the government must prove beyond a reasonable doubt that the Defendant: recklessly engages in conduct which places or may place another person in danger of death or serious bodily injury. Examples of the type of conduct that can result in a conviction for this crime are:

Pointing a loaded firearm at another person;

Throwing a knife at another person;

Striking someone repeatedly in the head; or

Picking someone up and throwing them onto the ground

The main point to keep in mind when it comes to this crime is that the government does not have to prove that the accused caused serious bodily injury to the alleged victim. The government only has to prove that the Defendant's action may have placed the victim in danger of death or serious bodily injury. If you have been charged or you are being investigated for the crime of Recklessly Endangering Another Person, be sure to consult with an experienced Chester County Violent Crimes attorney who has handled cases like this before.

Recklessly Endangering Another Person is a serious crime. It is graded as a misdemeanor of the second degree and therefore punishable by a maximum of 2 years in state prison and a $5,000 fine. One of the primary defenses that an accused can use when charged with this crime is the defense of self-defense. Justification defenses  In order to successfully use the defense, an accused must prove that he or she reasonable believed that the force or threat of force that the used was reasonable under the circumstances. An accused will have to testify at his trial in order to successfully mount this defense.

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