Clearwater Terroristic Threats Lawyer
Serving Clearwater, Tampa, St. Pete, & Pinellas, Pasco, & Hillsborough Counties
Is a Terroristic Threat a Felony?
Terroristic threats involve the act of making a threat to commit violence against another person or group of people. This crime is a felony offense and can involve threats made over the phone, electronic messages, or even a verbal threat.
A crime of this nature is taken very seriously by law enforcement, prosecutors, and even federal agencies. In order to convict you of this crime, they will not need to prove that you intended to carry through, but simply that you made the threat.
At Bauer Crider Kenny & Parry, our Clearwater terroristic threats lawyers offer the aggressive defense for this felony offense. We serve clients in Clearwater, Tampa, St. Pete, and Pinellas, Pasco, and Hillsborough Counties.
A few examples of terroristic threats include threatening to:
- Build or use a bomb to destroy property
- Use a symbol to terrorize others
- Damage property to terrorize others
- Throw a dangerous object at an occupied home or vehicle
- Release a hazardous material
- Commit any act of violence
- Kill someone or harm them physically
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It is vital that you can trust your attorney and tell them the truth at all times, especially when we are building a defense strategy. If you hire our firm, we dedicate ourselves to advocate aggressively for you and it is important that you trust we are working on your behalf.
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We have had great success helping our clients win and walk away with a clean record after facing even the most hopeless circumstances. Our Clearwater criminal defense attorneys go to great lengths to prepare our clients' cases, reviewing evidence, and evaluating its impact on a jury. Above everything else, our lengthy experience allows us to work towards a positive outcome.
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