22-18 ASSAULTS AND PERSONAL INJURIES
ASSAULTS AND PERSONAL INJURIES
Simple assault--Misdemeanor--Felony for subsequent offenses.
Simple or aggravated assault against law enforcement officer, Department of
Corrections employee or person under contract, or other public officer.
Criminal battery of an unborn child--Misdemeanor.
Aggravated criminal battery of an unborn child--Felony.
Aggravated battery of an infant--Felony.
Justifiable force used by public officer in performance of duty--Assistance or
direction of officer.
Lawful force in arrest and delivery of felon.
Justifiable use of force to protect property--Use of deadly force--Duty to
Reasonable force used by parent, guardian, or teacher in correcting child,
pupil, or ward.
Reasonable force used by carrier to expel passenger--Vehicle stopped.
22-18-7 to 22-18-25.
Assault by convicted or incarcerated person under Department of Corrections
jurisdiction--Intentionally causing contact with bodily fluids or human waste--Felony.
Intentionally causing contact with bodily fluids or human waste--Assault
upon any other person--Misdemeanor.
Assault by adult prisoner in county or municipal jail--Intentionally causing
contact with bodily fluids or human waste--Felony.
Assault by juvenile confined in detention facility or juvenile corrections
facility--Intentionally causing contact with bodily fluids or human waste--Felony.
Violation as third or subsequent offense--Use of offense in another state.
Intentional exposure to HIV infection a felony.
Definition of terms.
Informed consent of person exposed to HIV an affirmative defense.
Actual transmission of HIV not required for criminal exposure.
Female genital mutilation--Felony.
Religion, custom, or consent not a defense to female genital mutilation.
Certain surgical procedures permitted.