South Carolina Criminal Defense Attorneys
In the wake of the devastating 9/11, terrorist attack, terrorist threats are taken more seriously than ever before.
Though they were always considered serious crimes, today’s law enforcement agencies have become especially strict and the consequences of committing such crimes can be severe.
A terrorist threat is described as the threat to commit an act of violence with the intention of threatening or intimidating another individual(s) with reckless disregard of the risks.
A terrorist threat can trigger the evacuation of a place of assembly, a building, stadium, airplane, school, and other populated areas where lives may be in serious danger.
Terrorist threats cause serious public inconveniences. The reckless disregard for the risks caused by such inconveniences makes those accused of these terrorist crimes subject to severe penalties and punishments.
Consequences of Making a Terrorist Threat
The penalties for getting convicted of making a terrorist threat, can range depending upon several factors including any prior criminal convictions, whether the individual is already on probation or parole, as well as the media attention the case draws. Possible punishments and penalties for a conviction may include:
- Prison Time
- Loss of Constitutional Rights
- Parole or Probation
If you find yourself under investigation for a terrorist threat crime, it is in your best interest to consult with a experienced South Carolina criminal law attorney who can protect your rights.
At the Strom Law Firm, LLC, our criminal defense attorneys have the experience and skills to help build a strong defense for your case. Terrorist threat convictions can be based on a multitude of inconclusive evidence that our attorneys will use to help bolster your defense, and ultimately the outcome of your case.
If you or someone you know has been arrested or convicted of a terrorist threat crime, contact us right now for a free consultation and see how we can help you get your charges and penalties reduced or even dismissed. 803-252-4800.
Let us focus on your rights.