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AGGRAVATED BATTERY
is a felony in ga


Definition of Aggravated Battery

An Aggravated Battery is malicious bodily harm resulting in loss of the use of a body part or serious disfigurement.

Penalties for Aggravated Battery
Depending upon the circumstances, you could receive a sentence of 1-20 years, 3-20 years, 5-20 years, or 10-20 years for this
felony offense.
 

Penalties for Aggravated Battery Under The Family Violence Act
A conviction of
Family Violence aggravated battery carries a prison term of 3-20 years.

OCGA 16-5-24

 

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