You Don’t Have to Be a Terrorist to be Charged Under the Law with Terrorist Threats
Charged with Terrorist Threats?
A terrorist threat is nothing more than a verbal or written threats to infict bodily harm or physical damage to property.
Have you been accused of making terrorist threats? A terrorist threat is a threat to commit any crime of violence with the purpose of (1) terrorizing another, (2) Causing the evacuation of a building, public or assembly, or facility of public transportation, (3) causing serious public inconvenience, or (4) recklessly disregarding the risk of causing such terror or inconvenience. In today’s society, a conviction of terrorist threats can have very severe consequences. Those severe consequences can include long term incarceration in a state prison, heavy fines, restitution, parole and a criminal conviction on your record for life.
You are in need of an experienced criminal defense attorney if you have been charged with making terrorist threats. Terrorist threats are a severe violation of California law. David Elden & Victor Sherman offer excellent and reliable criminal defense services. They are committed to providing you with the most effective defense for your case and the best outcome possible.
In California, if this is your third violent felony offense, you can be sentenced under the “three strikes” law. This law can result in a life prison sentence. David Elden & Victor Sherman are experts on this law and have been consistently successful with these types of cases.
Terrorist threat charges are not taken lightly in California. Contact our office today for a free initial consultation. We represent clients that have a criminal law issue in Los Angeles, San Bernardino, Riverside, Ventura and Santa Clarita, as well as the surrounding areas and throughout all of California. We will provide you with the best criminal defense possible for your terrorist threat case.
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