Threatening Intimidating

Threatening and Intimidating in Domestic Violence Situations

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In domestic violence situations, when someone is accused of threatening or intimidating another, the offense can be charged as an assault offense and is considered a violent crime. The actions of threatening and intimidating someone can be very subjective, especially in a domestic violence matter. With emotions running high, a family member can easily accuse another of having threatened or intimidated them simply because of the family disputes.

If you find yourself facing these types of charges, consult with our Riverside defense attorneys at Law Offices of Grech & Packer. We can provide skilled and experienced counsel to represent you.

Schedule a consultation by calling us at (951) 291-0105 today.

What is Considered Threatening or Intimidating Conduct?

The actions considered to be threatening or intimidating can include such things as:

  • Verbally threatening someone with harm or actually physically harming them. 
  • Threats to the person's personal property would also be considered this type of offense. 

Regardless of whether there is actual physical contact, an assault charge can be brought. In domestic violence cases, this can include sexual assault threats, intimidating language, or threats of physical punishment.

Standing By You Throughout Your Case

Even when a spouse or other family member recants their allegations of intimidation or threats, law enforcement will continue with seeking a conviction against the accused. It is important to have someone with the know-how and expertise our firm is well known for by your side. Preparing a strong case in these situations is essential to working toward a favorable outcome, such as having the charges reduced or even dismissed.

With the penalties for a conviction on threatening and intimidating being so high, acting quickly is vital. You don't want to face jail time or be unable to return to your own home or visit your children. Let our dedicated legal team help you through this difficult time

Contact a Riverside lawyer who cares about the outcome of your case and who will aggressively protect your rights. Call Law Offices of Grech & Packer at (951) 291-0105.


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