Charge of Threats
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Threats sec. 264.1 of the Criminal Code
How to defense against a Threat Charge ?
Transmitting a threat to another person, by any means, is an offense. It must be a threat to cause death or bodily harm, to destroy property or to injure or kill an animal. Finally, a person who is found guilty of death threats or threats of bodily harm could face up to 5 years in prison.
Defense against a Threat Charge
Our lawyers have the expertise to advise you on the best options for your case. Different defenses may apply depending on your case to obtain an acquittal or the best possible sentence depending on the circumstances of your case. Our clients at MC2 Lawyers Inc. have the advantage of being able to obtain the desired results during negotiations, such as an absolute discharge.
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