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Types Of Violent Crimes In Utah


There are several ways in which a person can be charged with a violent crime offense in Utah. Among them are the following criminal offenses:

  • Assault, under Statute 76-5-102
  • Aggravated Assault, under Statute 76-5-103
  • Consensual altercation, under Statute 76-5-104
  • Mayhem, under Statute 76-5-105
  • Violation of Protective Order Against Abuse, under Statute 76-5-108
  • Child Abuse or Abandonment, under Statute 76-5-109
  • Abuse or Neglect of a Disabled Child, under Statute 76-5-110
  • Abuse, Neglect or Exploitation of a Vulnerable Adult, under Statute 76-5-111
  • Homicide, under Statute 76-5-201
  • Aggravated Murder, under Statute 76-5-202
  • Murder, under Statute 76-5-203
  • Manslaughter, under Statute 76-5-205
  • Negligent Homicide, under Statute76-5-206
  • Child Abuse Homicide, under Statute 76-5-208
  • Homicide by Assault, under Statute 76-5-209
  • Aggravated Kidnapping, under Statute 76-5-302
  • Rape, under Statute 76-5-402
  • Aggravated Sexual Assault, under Statute 76-5-405

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