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CA injury lawyerThis year is looking to be another year of increased social activism in the Bay area, with the Women’s March and other, smaller events taking place last month. While the focus is often on protecting your rights to peacefully assemble and what to do when confronted by the police, it is also important to be aware of how to protect your personal safety against the actions of counter-protesters. Unfortunately, clashes can turn violent and result in serious personal injuries. The following outlines what you can do to be prepared.

Louis C.K. Protest Spurs Physical Assault

Allegations of sexual misconduct against comedian Louis C.K. are among the many to have sprung out of the #metoo movement in 2017. Event bookings were quickly canceled and invitations disappeared in the aftermath. However the comic, who has never been one to shy away from controversy, recently began booking club dates again, which included a stop in San Jose.

C.K. was scheduled to perform at the San Jose Improv, with sold-out shows on Wednesday, January 16th and Thursday, January 17th of 2019. On opening night, more than 30 protesters showed up outside as well, picketing against what they claimed was giving an acknowledged sexual harasser a platform in the community.

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violent assault, San Jose personal injury attorneys, assault victims, assault and battery, aggravated assault injuriesAn assault can happen at the hands of a stranger as the result of a random altercation, or it can stem from disagreements and arguments that turn violent with someone you know. When you are a victim in this type of attack, it can leave you suffering serious and potentially disabling personal injuries as a result. While law enforcement and the courts can help you hold your attacker responsible under California criminal laws, you could be left with the financial costs. In these situations, you may be entitled to compensation through a personal injury lawsuit.

Assault and Battery in California

Under Chapter 9 of the California Penal Code, assault involves a threat or taking actions meant to harm another individual, while battery involves actually causing physical harm through an attack. Those who commit these types of acts can face severe penalties, including heavy fines, mandatory community service, and a lengthy jail sentence. Defendants can end up facing aggravated assault charges, depending on the victim, the severity of the harm done, or if there was a weapon involved in the crime.

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