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Vermont (2006)


VERMONT SUPREME COURT UNPUBLISHED ENTRY ORDER; IN RE JASON NAYLOR

In this unpublished opinion, the State of Vermont Supreme Court stated that “the basis for aggravated domestic assault would be that he sat on her, which caused her difficulty breathing.” According to the prosecutor, “the difficulty breathing” would satisfy the “serious bodily injury” element of the charge. This opinion stated that the State can charge an individual with “serious bodily injury” either by strangulation or by causing bodily harm in four ways including positional asphyxia.

To view original text use WestLaw citation: 2018 WL 372347

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