Things happen in life. People get angry. People act on that anger. Things can be said; actions taken out of that anger. Threatening someone or doing something to harass, annoy or alarm another is against the law. Depending on where the threat occurs (at a business; over the internet; by phone; at a school; etc.) and to whom the threat is made, these charges can range from misdemeanors to felonies.
If charged with one of these crimes, you need lawyers experienced in evaluating evidence against you and who are willing to take a deeper dive to find problems in the State’s theory and case. Trying cases of intimidation and harassment to juries is a science and an art. Those qualities will not be brought to bear in a courtroom without experience trying these cases (and the willingness to try them again). The Criminal Defense Team‘s group of Board Certified* attorneys has both.