Hello, how are you tonight? I am sorry to hear about your situation.
So you were arrested for threatening to kill someone, even though you in fact did not threaten them personally?
Yes, my co-worker told police that I was going to kill my former b
What was the charge that you were charged with?
I have no idea for that, but the LSU (Louisiana State University where I am working now) arrested me and told me I threatened to kill someone on campus which is again law
Where I can find what kind of charge I have? in the bond release sheet?
Yes, it will most likely be on there.
Please take a brief look at it, and let me know.
Thank you so much. I am checking now
Great, I will await your response.
Sorry, I didn't see any this kind of information
Ok, do you have any other documentation? Were you arrested by the police or campus police of LSU?
I only got a piece of "Appearance bond"
Is there any statute or charge information?
No, I signed a couple of documents, but never gave me a copy of them
On the "type of Bail", "cash deposit" was chose
Court date is "on Notice"
Got it. It say: 14:40. ITerrorizing
I understand. I will first represent to you that, if financially feasible, you need to hire a lawyer, as that is a serious charge. It is always best to have legal representation in these situations. Not only can they negotiate a deal for you, but potentially have the charge dismissed. Considering you did not make the threat directly to the former boss, and there was no action taken on your part to actually take any steps towards acting on the threat, it is highly possible that a lawyer could get it thrown out.
Here is that statute that describes the charge.
How to find a related best lawyer? And what's the worst consequence if I was charged by the court?
A. Terrorizing is the intentional communication of information that the commission of a crime of violence is imminent or in progress or that a circumstance dangerous to human life exists or is about to exist, with the intent of causing members of the general public to be in sustained fear for their safety; or causing evacuation of a building, a public structure, or a facility of transportation; or causing other serious disruption to the general public.
B. Whoever commits the offense of terrorizing shall be fined not more than fifteen thousand dollars or imprisoned with or without hard labor for not more than fifteen years, or both.
This is the statute indicating what the act of terrorizing is composed of.
Here is the penalty for violation of this statute.
Whoever commits the offense of terrorizing shall be fined not more than fifteen thousand dollars or imprisoned with or without hard labor for not more than fifteen years, or both.
Thank you so much for your great help
As you can see it is a very serious charge, and you should retain a lawyer soon. The best way to find a lawyer experienced in this area, is to consult the local bar, and find reputable criminal defense attorneys.
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Is there online information that I can find local reputable lawyers?
Yes, consult the Louisiana Bar Association for a referral as well.
Thank you so much for this helpful information
You are very welcome, I wish you the best of luck, please do not forget to provide a positive rating.
Normally how much does that cost to hire a lawyer?4
I definitely will rate you as five star
It truly depends on their experience and reputation. So it will vary, but for a felony charge, you can expect a retainer of around $2,500 - 5,000.
Got it. I appreciate your great help
Sure. Good luck, and please do not forget to provide the positive rating.
I am 100% satisfied with your service and will give you top rate
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