Can a driving incident be considered an assault with a deadly weapon? 7 Answers as of November 05, 2010I was driving slowly looking for an address and a car kept honking and revving its engine, impatient. He rammed into my bumper, found space to drive around me and sped off. We got the license. But can this be considered assault with a deadly weapon? Do we just need police?
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You should call the police to report it, and your insurance company. Additionally, you can have a civil claim against him for monetary damages. An attorney can help you with the civil portion of it. To bring criminal charges against someone, you report it to the police, and the District Attorney or City Attorney presses charges.
Answer Applies to: California