is a broken bone abh or gbh ??

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Hi, is a broken bone, in specific, someone being pushed causing a brokem arm, ABH or section 20 GBH?

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Section 20 GBH as I would say that is 'very serious harm' and not just a wound or 'break in continuity of the skin' . Hope this helps!
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(Original post by Izzyrobb9)
Hi, is a broken bone, in specific, someone being pushed causing a brokem arm, ABH or section 20 GBH?

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Section 18 as it was intentional 'really serious harm'. Unless the push was reckless, then section 20. Hope this helps!
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What if it was in a sporting match with a reckless tackle would that come under exceptional category’s of consent ?
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