If you touch him in any shape or form that he doesn't like than it is considered assault. What you are describing him doing to you is also considered assault. Self defense only comes in during a situation that may be unavoidable or may result in someones death. When defending yourself or someone else you may only use as much force to avoid getting hurt yourself. Example: If someone punches you once only it probably wouldn't be a good idea to hit them back because that person didn't repeatedly hurt you. It would be correct to call the police and file a police report. If you would have hit the person back than even though you are technically pressing assault charges he can technically press assault charges back. Now if the person were to attack you by continually punching and kicking you then hitting him a few times to get him off of you would be considered self defense. If this kid that is bugging you leaves marks on you (evidence) than I would tell a teacher and your parents. If for some reason the teacher won't help or the punishment she gives him won't get him to leave you alone than I would report it to the police. I wouldn't use any physical force against him because when you do that any authority figure will most likely have to punish you as well if it wasn't necessary for you to assault him back.
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