The word “battery” comes from the Latin “battuere” meaning “to beat.” In a legal sense, battery occurs when someone touches or uses force against a person without his or her consent. The act of battery must include actual physical contact between the wrong doers and the victim or to an object connected to the victim. Throwing an object which strikes another individual is battery.
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