Watch her to make sure she is ok. If she is ok, do not let her play around him without better supervision. If she seems to be injured, consult a personal injury attorney.
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This is a very traumatic sounding experience that warrants further attention by the parents of the allegedly aggressive boy and his day care.
You can always fill out a police report but the decision to pursue charges is made by your county or district attorney on the recommendation of an investigating officer. In this case the aggressive child's age may discourage an investigating officer from recommending prosecution.
You may also bring a lawsuit against the aggressive boy on your daughter's behalf wherein you allege civil assault. Under Texas law it is highly unlikely that you will be able to sue the parents of the aggressive child because generally speaking minors are civilly responsible for their own torts. Since you did not indicate that your child had any medical injuries I doubt that a personal injury attorney will take your case on a contingency fee.
A child under 10 cannot be prosecuted. The mother should have supervised her child better but nothing she did was criminal. You might talk to the day care and if this toddler Is having violent outburst someone might want to suggest to the mother to get her little boy in therapy.
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