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    I intentionally hit you in the face with my fist. Is this a tort or a crime? What is the difference between a Tort and a Crime?

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    This is a tort as by definition, tort is a legal wrong; however, it is legally wrong to intentionally inflict injury on another person. Tort and crime are both breaches of the law. Tort has individual consequences in that the injured is seeking a right to action. Crime is punishable by the state. A tort is ...

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    In this case, the person has committed two wrongs. This person has committed a crime for assault and since the crime was inflicted on another person and injury occurred, it is a tort for which the injured may obtain monetary gains for medical injuries.

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