Assault Charges Quiz By Ron Jourard | Posted on 2016-10-03 | Print or Email this ArticleEmail this Article | comments 0 Welcome to your Assault and Threat Charges Quiz Name Business Email Phone Number You are charged with assault and uttering a threat but you were so drunk at the time you don’t remember having committing these offences. You can successfully defend these charges based on intoxication. True False A peace bond is not a criminal record. True False There is no potential downside to entering a peace bond. True False A court will order you to enter a peace bond only if the prosecutor establishes that the basis for the complainant’s fear that you will hurt him or damage his property is established beyond a reasonable doubt. True False A man tells a police officer he will shoot him if he doesn’t get off his property. He is liable to conviction for uttering a threat. True False If you witness an assault against a stranger and intervene by grabbing the assailant or pushing him away, you too are guilty of assault. True False To prove the offence of utter death threat, the Crown must prove that the person threatened knew of the threat. True False If X blinds Y with an intentional jab of his hockey stick in a hockey game melee, Y is not criminally liable because hockey players consent to fighting as part of the game. True False It is an assault in Canada to punish a child by hitting him or her with an object, such as a belt or ruler. True False You can be found guilty of threatening a group; a criminal threat need not be aimed at an individual. True False Time is Up!