It is a misdemeanor charge and punishable by up to a year in jail and/or a 00, fine.However, depending on the injuries suffered, the state may amend the charge and file it as a felony, under 784.045, which I also provided below, which is a 2nd degree felony and punishable by up to 15 years in prison.The State Attorney is going to want to look over the facts of the case and likely speak with you, before filing charges.Once this happens, they will want to stay in contact with you, since you will need to appear and testify, if this person wants to fight the case and take it to trial.“If you only do what's comfortable you will never succeed with women,” 2DFitness wrote.When the joviality of the festive season wears off and harsh reality begins to set in again, being single is the one thing that many of us hope to change in the New Year.In fact, Christmas to Valentine's Day is the peak season for online dating, as thousands of people decide they don't want to snuggle up to on their own anymore.New users of increase by 60 percent during this period, and 3 January is set to be the busiest day for online dating in the year.
What about that man you smiled at in Lidl when you were picking up some milk?Or that woman who was reading your favourite book on the Tube?So, in the New Year why not try a different method of dating: real-life conversations.Emma Ziff, director of the Pink Lobster LGBT dating and matchmaking service, advises: "At the end of the day if you really want to find someone, you actually have to put yourself out there.
People worry about being rejected but most people would be really flattered by someone coming up to them and they would be nice about it." Dating and relationship expert Shelley Whitehead agrees.
"These days people are so reliant on online dating and believe it is the only way to go, but personal introductions, even in everyday situations such as being in a queue, can lead to amazing opportunities." I had my own experience of this a few years ago.