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What does AWIK stand for?

AWIK stands for Assault with Intent to Kill (legalese)

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  • Military and Government

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Jeffrey O'Toole, Christopher Willoughby and Joanne Duggan and charged with domestic assault and battery and assault with intent to kill.
They are among five youths being held for investigation of assault with intent to kill seven other youths in a gang shooting Sunday night near Santa Fe High School.
: Where a crime is defined so as to require that the defendant have a particular intention in his mind--as larceny requires that he have an intention to deprive the owner permanently of his property, burglary that he have an intention to commit a felony, and assault with intent to kill that he have an intention to kill--the problem arises whether he has the required intention when his intention is conditional.
The 33-year-old parolee recovered and was charged with Murder, Possession of a Firearm During the Commission of a Violent Crime, Assault and Battery with Intent to Kill, and six counts of Assault with Intent to Kill.
attorney's office then sought and obtained an indictment charging Foster with simple assault, threatening to injure another, and assault with intent to kill.
To define this new category of "persistent offenders" the initiative specifies over 40 offenses to be classified as "most serious crimes" Some are clearly major violent crimes, like murder and assault with intent to kill.