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  • The Differences in Assault and Battery Assault and Battery (NRS 200.401, NRS 200.481)are two charges that are often used together, but they have different meanings. In Nevada, an assault is a threat to inflict harm, and battery is the actual physical contact. These charges can range from misdemeanors to felonies with severe penalties and time spent in prison. The most serious charges of battery are when the defendant has used force against a protected member of the community such as a judge, health care worker, policeman or fireman. The penalty may be $10,000 in fines and 2-10 years in prison. Here are other conditions that will make the punishments more severe. a) If weapons or firearms were used in the

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