I’m learning about torts in Dock Law and I have no clue what is going on. How can you tell the difference between a tort and a crime? I know that there are different degrees of torts, such as battery and assault. But, can’t you have battery and assault as crimes as well? Can someone please explain to me the difference. I am very confused.
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