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Thank you for your question! I'm sorry to read about your situation.
So that you need not discuss in this forum the details of what you said or wrote, I'm going to provide statutes that are relevant to terroristic threats charges. You can then read those statutes for yourself and consider them for your purposes if you wish. In general, threatening another person typically is a crime.
Federal statutes can also regulate telephone communications between two states.
I've included links to these statutes below.
In reality, most people who make casual threats to others aren't prosecuted. It happens every day without further incident. However, threats can serve as a basis for criminal
charges or restraining orders in many instances. That said, the fact that an individual pursues a restraining order doesn't necessarily mean that the other person will be prosecuted for a crime (though a restraining order can be quite a burden in and of itself).
If you are contacted by law enforcement or if you are served any paperwork regarding the restraining order, you should immediately take the matter to your personal attorney. You will want to have your attorney represent you in the matter and you will want him present for any communications with any other parties, as he can help you to avoid making unnecessarily damaging statements.
GA General Explanation of Disorderly Conduct
and Terroristic Threats http://www.mygeorgiadefenselawyer.com/georgia-criminal-offenses-penalties/disorderly-conduct/
GA Disorderly Conduct http://law.onecle.com/georgia/16/16-11-39.html
GA Terroristic Threats http://law.onecle.com/georgia/16/16-11-37.html
Federal Interstate Communications Statute http://codes.lp.findlaw.com/uscode/18/I/41/875
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