Legal Information: Delaware
Updated: November 29, 2021
§ 1103. Child abuse in the third degree; class A misdemeanor
(a) A person is guilty of child abuse in the third degree when:
(1) The person recklessly or intentionally causes physical injury to a child through an act of abuse and/or neglect of such child; or
(2) The person recklessly or intentionally causes physical injury to a child when the person has engaged in a previous pattern of abuse and/or neglect of such child.
(b) This offense shall be a class A misdemeanor.
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