Anyone who has been accused of threatening to use violence or intimidating another person could be charged with domestic violence even if no physical act has been perpetrated. Threats of force and intimidation are criminal charges that can result in fines and jail time. If you have been accused of such behavior, call our Cleveland domestic violence attorney so you can beat your charges and maintain your freedom!
Although examples of threatening and intimidation may seem subjective, courts take such offenses very seriously. Having the right legal defense behind you can make all the difference in these types of cases, which is why our firm is here to help.
Intimidating or threatening can include:
Threatening and intimidating are typically charged as misdemeanor offenses, which can result in less than a year in jail and fines. However, if the behavior is committed as a retaliation for a person reporting criminal conduct, the charge can be upgraded to a felony.
It can be difficult to find the facts in such cases since the evidence is so subjective. A criminal defense attorney from our firm can work to determine the facts and reveal inaccurate information on your behalf.
Don't risk your future by not securing skilled legal defense! The Cleveland domestic violence lawyers at Henderson, Mokhtari & Weatherly understand just what is at stake for any type of domestic violence case and that's why we make ourselves available to our clients 24/7. We can bring our experience and insight to your case and build you a strong legal defense.
Call us today if you are facing serious criminal charges.