say someone cuts a wire in your car and stands there and beats the battery with a metal object then offers you $400.00 for it
You can find good definitions with a quick review in Google. Did you have a real legal situation you needed help with?
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General Practice Lawyer
If you are in Ohio, look the exacet definition up on line in Ohio statutory law.
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Violent Crime Lawyer
Sounds like they intentionally damaged your car. Call the police and consult a small claims attorney.
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