Common Illegal Threats
A threat is a warning of an individual’s intention to perform a malicious act. Although the threat may not be acted upon, it can still be considered a crime. The intention alone to commit a crime may be just cause for an arrest. It is important to remember, however, that being arrested and charged with the commission of a crime does not have to end in a conviction and a criminal record.
If you have been accused making a threat, there is no time to waste. Contact an experienced and dedicated San Jose assault defense attorney of the [firm-name], at [phone-number] for a free consultation with a lawyer who is passionately committed to protecting the legal rights of all clients.
The following are common forms of threats which are considered to be criminal acts and which might expose you to the risk of prosecution under the law:
- Bomb threats
- Death threats
- Terrorist threats
- The threat of theft
- Threat of intent to cause property damage
- The threat of physical abuse
- The threat to commit other criminal acts
It must be proven without a doubt that you intended to cause harm or incite fear with your threat, and a skilled and knowledgeable San Jose criminal defense attorney can help to craft a defense that will help you to avoid wrongful conviction.
A San Jose assault defense attorney of [firm-name], can help you to challenge the charges that have been filed against you. Contact us immediately after your arrest and together we can build a strong defense. Call today at [phone-number] for a free consultation.