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We Will Work Tirelessly To Help You Prove Your Innocence Against Accusations of Terrorist Threats

Being charged with the crime of making terrorist threats carries heavy consequences and a stigma that can stick with you for the rest of your life. If you’ve been accused of making a terrorist threat, you need a terrorist threats attorney that understands your rights and will fight to ensure that you receive the best defense possible. Our criminal defense lawyers will put together the best possible case and will seek to keep your record clear.

A threat must meet several conditions in order to be filed as a terrorist threat charge. The intended act must threaten harm or death, engender reasonable fear, be intended to menace, and convey an impending sense of disaster. Even when a terrorist threat is a hoax or is made in jest, the person making the threat can still receive severe consequences in court. For this reason, if you have been accused of making terrorist threats, you should contact a terrorist threats attorney immediately. Our criminal defense attorneys stand ready to help you build a case that will protect your future from the taint of a terrorist threat charge.

Terrorist threats can take many different forms. Hate crimes, ethnic violence, harassment, domestic violence, school violence, and threats to set off bombs may all be prosecuted as terrorist threats. A terrorist threats attorney understands the specifics of each type of charge and will do everything possible to help you avoid penalties including prison time, loss of voting rights, loss of the right to own a gun, fines, parole or probation, and rehabilitation requirements. It’s important that you choose a criminal lawyer that is acquainted with the nuances each charge carries so that your rights will be protected throughout the process.

Charges can be filed for terrorist threats regardless of whether intent to carry out the threat is present or not. If you have had prior convictions or if you are on parole or probation when the threat is made, penalties can be even more severe. A terrorist threats attorney can help seek acquittal or reduce the possible penalties. Our criminal defense attorneys will work tirelessly to help you present your case. We will review all the specifics of your case so that our criminal attorneys can determine what strategy will best represent your situation.

If you want the best in knowledgeable legal representation and a criminal law firm that will treat your case with consideration and concern, reach out to Stewart, Schmidlin, Bullock & Gourley, PLLC, at 919-989-8900 for a FREE confidential consultation.