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A person charged with harassment can be found guilty of the charge if the prosecution proves any of the following conditions:
- The alleged threatened to cause bodily injury immediately or in the future
- The alleged threatened to cause physical damage to the property of a person
- The alleged threatened another with physical confinement or restraint
- The alleged threatened to maliciously perform another act intended to harm another.
Harassment lawyers in Seattle - protecting your rights.
Harassment can occur anywhere. It can occur in the workplace, in the home, on the roadways or in a public place. Regardless of where it occurred or how, if you have been charged with this crime you should consult with a Seattle criminal lawyer as soon as possible to find out how our team of professionals can help.
Harassment charges: what they mean.
The charge of harassment is normally a gross misdemeanor, which means the maximum penalty would be up to 364 days in jail and/or a fine of up to $5,000. Under certain circumstances the charge could be increased to a felony. In this case the penalties will increase substantially if convicted.
Ideally in any case your criminal defense attorney would be able to get the charges completely dropped. While that is always the goal, it is not always possible. You can, however, trust that every action that can be taken will be taken.
We will fight to keep you out of jail and any fines reduced to the minimum. Our team is committed to a successful resolution of your case. We are an aggressive and effective group of Seattle criminal attorneys with a combined total of over three decades in criminal defense.
Contact a Seattle harassment attorney at our firm as soon as possible.
If you have been charged with harassment, you need to contact a Seattle harassment attorney at our firm as soon as possible to discover how we can help.
With something as important as your freedom at stake, don't handle your criminal charge alone.
Contact a Seattle harassment attorney from our legal team today.