What is aggravated assault and what are the associated penalties in Oklahoma?

Answer:  Well, assault and battery becomes aggravated if it involves great bodily injury or when it’s committed by a person of robust or strength upon someone who is aged or incapacitated. Basically, with great bodily injury you are taking advantage of someone who is weaker than you. It’s a felony. Carries up to 5 years or a fine of up to $500 or both.

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