You should contact a criminal lawyer in your area. There are many listed on this web site under Find a Lawyer.
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FWIW, the 'he made me do it' defense is not a strong one.
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Mere words do not constituent sufficient grounds for committing a battery . Get an attorney .
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You've asked this question several times and gotten numerous answers . Words, even insulting ones, cannot form the basis for committing an assault. And yes - you committed a criminal act if you threw a glass of water at someone because they said something.to you. You don't think you're guilty and didn't do anything wrong? Then plead not guilty and take it to trial, as opposed to whining on AVVO and refusing to accept responsibility for your criminal actions. You were wrong - get over it.
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I am drowning in lack of empathy as you continue to post this insane BS question that a multitude of attorneys have answered. you are swimming in a shark infested pool of self pity. Man up.
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