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Have You Been Accused Of Making Terroristic Threats?

In Minnesota, it is a crime to threaten violence with the intent of terrorizing or intimidating another person. Saying something mean or acting inappropriately in the midst of an argument or at a tense moment can be easily misinterpreted or blown out of proportion.

Terroristic threats are taken seriously and prosecuted aggressively, especially at the juvenile level. It is important to seek the help of an aggressive defense lawyer if you are charged.

Providing A Skilled Defense Against Terroristic Threats Charges

At Groshek Law PA in Minneapolis, our lawyers are experienced at defending people charged with making terroristic threats. Certified in state and federal courts, we have a thorough understanding of both the juvenile and adult judicial systems.

Do not take your rights for granted. If you are facing charges of making terroristic threats, call Groshek Law PA at 612-426-7047.

While criminal charges should be taken seriously and require a diligent defense, it is not impossible to beat terroristic threat charges or minimize their effects. These are very easy charges to bring, but they are not always as easy to prove.

Despite the increase in schoolyard violence and other violence among minors, juries are still generally hesitant to convict someone on words alone. For charges to lead to a conviction, there usually has to be some other proof of malicious intent beyond what was said in the heat of an argument.

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It is incredibly important in these cases to have an attorney who regularly practices in juvenile court and understands how the system works. To learn more about how we can help you or your child, contact Groshek Law PA online or call us at 612-426-7047.

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