Lakewood Municipal Code Title 9 Article II

II.                   Offenses Against the Person

 

9.20.010 Assault

A person commits the crime of assault if he knowingly or recklessly causes bodily injury to another person or with criminal negligence he causes bodily injury to another person by means of a deadly weapon; provided, however, that this provision does not apply in the event of serious bodily injury. (Ord. O-83-87 § 1, 1983; Ord. O-74-1 § 1 (part), 1974).

 

9.20.020 Menacing-Without deadly weapon

A person commits the crime of menacing if, by any threat or physical action, he knowingly places or attempts to place another person in fear of imminent serious bodily injury; provided, however, that if committed by the use of a deadly weapon, then this section shall not apply. (Ord. O-87-27 § 1, 1987; Ord. O-74-1 § 1 (part), 1974).

 

9.20.040 Reckless endangerment

It is unlawful for any person to recklessly engage in conduct which creates substantial risk of serious bodily injury to another person. (Ord. O-74-1 § 1 (part), 1974).

 

9.20.050 Violation of protection order

A. It is unlawful for any restrained person to commit an act, which is prohibited by a court order issued by a Lakewood Municipal Judge pursuant to Section 1.16.080 of the Lakewood Municipal Code or for such restrained person to fail to perform any act mandated by such an order, after such restrained person has been properly served with a copy of any such order or has received actual notice of the existence and substance of such protection order.
B. Any jail sentence imposed for violation of subsection (A) of this section shall run consecutively and not concurrently with any jail sentence imposed for any offense or offenses, which gave rise to the issuance of the order.
C. No person charged with the violation of a protection order issued pursuant to Section 1.16.080 of the Lakewood Municipal Code shall be permitted, in the criminal action resulting from a violation of said order, to collaterally attack the validity of the order, which such person is accused of violating.
D. As used in this section, “restrained person” means the person identified in the protection order as the person prohibited from doing the specified act or acts or the person ordered to the specified act or acts. (Ord. O-2004-35 § 5, 2004; Ord. O-98-35 § 2, 1998).

 

9.20.060 Violation of bail bond conditions

It is unlawful for any person who is released on bail bond of whatever kind for a violation of the Lakewood Municipal Code, and either before, during, or after release is accused by complaint, information, indictment, or the filing of a delinquency petition of any misdemeanor or municipal offense arising from the conduct for which he or she was arrested, commits a violation
of this section if he or she knowingly fails to appear for trial or other proceedings in the case in which the bail bond was filed or if he or she knowingly violates the conditions of the bail bond. (Ord. O-2009-15 § 1, 2009).

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