Felony Menacing Charges
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Menacing is defined as using a physical action or threat to put another
person in fear of an injury. A menacing charge can be charged as a felony
or a misdemeanor depending on if a deadly weapon is used in the crime.
If a weapon, such as a gun or a knife, is used to cause fear of injury,
the menacing will be charged as a felony. It does not matter if the deadly
weapon is a toy, or even real - if you threaten someone and they believe
it, there can be consequences.
Have you been charged with felony menacing?
If you've been accused or charged of threatening another with bodily
harm, it is very important to seek legal counsel. The sooner you have
an attorney protecting your best interest and building a case on your
behalf, the better. An experienced Glenwood Springs criminal defense lawyer
can help guide you through the entire process and represent your case in court.
Felony menacing can refer to a variety of different specific crimes, such as:
- Menacing by brandishing a weapon
- Menacing by assaulting another
- Menacing by stalking
Begin with a Case Consultation: Call (970) 673-4151
At Greer Law Firm, PC, we have been
practicing law for more than 30 years and have the experience to ensure your rights are protected. We provide
you with the personal legal defense you deserve throughout the entire process.
It is very important to seek legal counsel immediately after you have been
charged or arrested. Our Garfield County attorneys can develop a defense
for your case based on your individual needs and case details.
For more information or to discuss your case with our lawyers, do not hesitate to
call Greer Law Firm, PC
at (970) 673-4151 to schedule a