Does a severe punch on jaw cause bruising or redness?
It may or may not appear.
Thanks for your query, albeit short and specific.
Bruising is the result of the bleeding under the skin due to rupture of the blood vessels, the redness can come due to reaction to trauma.
If the force of punch is sufficient enough, some reaction is possible.
But as you say if the person has stepped back it is possible that the force is also reduced if the punch and the person moves in tandem. (this happens if the punch is not sudden).
Sometimes the bruising and redness can occur the next day.
Secondly, the effect also depends whether the punching was a bare hand or with glove or so.
I hope this answers your query.
I was wondering, why this question.
Please feel free to ask for further relevant query if yo feel that there is a gap of communication.
Points as noted .
Oh, so sorry to know.
Read your feedback.
Since you have not punched, hence there would not be any XXXXXXX or symptom or any medical record to prove.
This can help you the most in court.
Secondly, there is disparity of the statement of the police and his partner.
He did not complain when the ambulance came in.
Since he is taller than you, the force of your punch (which you did not) would be from below upwards. This is an added point in cross-examination.
I hope these points will help you, if you have not hit him.
Wish you all the best.
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