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Jury trail

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What does a prosecuter have to have in order to take a case to a jury trail?

There was a 911 call for domestic violence
police findings were nothing but an argument
(no physical violence), yet he arrests the male, and later is released with a $1000 bond, and charged with 4th degree assault, prosecuter findings only argument(no physical violence) no criminal background on either party. Can he proceed with a jury trail? Please respond Thank



The DA has more -- a statement from the other person that s/he felt the guy was going to hit him/her. That's assault by intentionally putting someone in fear that you're going to hit them.

hitting someone, or
trying to hit someone, or
intentionally putting someone in fear that you're going to hit them .

This is not legal advice and you are not my client. Double check everything with your own attorney and your state's laws.

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