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aggravated

Law (of a criminal offence) made more serious by its circumstances
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Dominic James, 28, of Midway, Walker, was charged with attempted grievous body harm with intent, affray, possession of an offensive weapon, aggravated vehicle-taking and failing to provide a specimen.
The Bail Act 1977 will also be amended to include a presumption against bail for aggravated carjacking, home invasion and aggravated home invasion.
Detectives have also charged a 19-year-old man with dangerous driving, burglary, attempted burglary with intent to steal, aggravated vehicle causing damage to another vehicle and aggravated vehicle taking causing damage to property and various other offences.
The latest motion claimed the state hadn't proved primary elements of the aggravated murder charges.
The former England captain's father appeared at the Old Bailey to plead not guilty to racially aggravated common assault and a racially aggravated public order offence.
Vehicles using leaded gasoline that contaminated cities' air decades ago have increased aggravated assault in urban areas, researchers say.
The descending order of UCR violent crimes are murder and nonnegligent manslaughter, forcible rape, robbery, and aggravated assault, followed by the property crimes of burglary, larceny-theft, and motor vehicle theft.
8; aggravated assault and battery, pretrial probation until Nov.
Under the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA), an alien is subject to deportation if convicted of any aggravated felony.
He told Darren Harding: "This aggravated burglary was planned simply because Joshua Banks was seeing your ex-girlfriend.
In the 12 months to end of the March, West Midlands Crown Prosecution Service dealt with 922 cases of racially and religious aggravated offences compared to 614 cases the year before.
Racially or religiously aggravated harassment: 563 679 551