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NH Law appears to allow annulment of a class a or b misdemeanor after 3 years--except "a violent crime:
"If you have successfully completed your sentence and satisfied the required waiting period, you may petition for annulment of any of the convictions listed below. You cannot, however, annul a violent crime, a crime of obstruction of justice, or any offense for which you were sentenced to an extended term of imprisonment."
Question: A son in an argument slaps his mother. He is arrested for class a/b simple assault.
No hospitalization, no permanent damage (there was a bruise). Is this considered "a violent crime" under annulment rules?
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