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Riverside Criminal Threat Defense Lawyers: (951) 682-5110

We all have said things that we regret. Sometimes it happens in the heat of the moment. Sometimes it is meant in jest, but is misinterpreted. Whatever your intention, if the threat you make is credible, you can be charged with making a criminal or terrorist threat. A criminal or terrorist threat is a felony offense and a strike crime. Don’t let one mistake ruin your life. Have our Riverside criminal threat attorneys at Blumenthal Law Offices help you fight your charges.

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Defining Criminal Threat vs. Terrorist Threat

There are differences between criminal threats and terrorist threats:

  • A criminal threat is one that, if carried out, would result in death or great bodily injury to another person. The threat can be made verbally, in writing, by phone, e-mail or another electronic communication device. You can be convicted of making a criminal threat even if there is no intent of actually carrying it out.
  • A terrorist threat involves threatening to commit an act of violence that would endanger others, with a reckless disregard for the harm it would cause. If you joke about having a bomb or a gun on an airplane, for example, you could be charged with making a terrorist threat.

Please do not talk to police without first speaking with a criminal defense attorney from Blumenthal Law Offices. We can investigate your case and clearly explain your legal options. Then we will go to work, investigating the facts, analyzing the district attorney's case, and developing a solid defense.

We have achieved impressive results for people facing similar charges. Don’t hesitate to learn how we can help you at this time.

Discuss the Details of Your Charges at No Cost: (951) 682-5110

If you have been charged with making a criminal threat, please contact a criminal defense attorney at Blumenthal Law Offices in Riverside, California, today. We offer a no-charge consultation and are available to visit clients who are incarcerated.

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You can reach us by calling (951) 682-5110.

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