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The criminal justice system can be daunting, but you don’t need to go through it alone. Our Criminal lawyers are here to guide you every step of the way.

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Uttering Threats of Death or Bodily Harm Is Illegal in Ontario

If you have been charged with threatening death or threatening bodily harm, you are facing conviction for “uttering threats.” This conviction can bring jail time, fines and a lasting criminal record that may affect housing, employment and other areas of your life.

At the Ontario law firm of Neuberger & Partners LLP, our Toronto threatening death lawyers defend clients facing charges of solely uttering threats, as well as those who have been charged with domestic assault or other crimes in addition to uttering threats. We work to evaluate the Crown’s case against you and find any manner in which we can help you avoid a conviction.

 

What the Crown Needs to Prove

If the Crown wishes to go to trial, it will have to prove that you knowingly made a death threat or threat of bodily harm against an individual. The Crown must also prove that you intended such a threat to be treated seriously. In cases involving domestic violence or other assault, the Crown may look to see if a pattern of violence exists, or if any protection order or restraining order has been placed on you. If so, this may help it prove its case.

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Founded in 1993, Neuberger & Partners LLP is a high profile Toronto law firm with exclusive focus on criminal law. Our lawyers have represented clients in simple, complex and high-profile cases throughout the Greater Toronto Area and across Ontario.

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The Importance of Understanding the Charges You Face

When you face charges for uttering threats of bodily harm or death, it is important that you understand what these charges involve. As your dedicated criminal defence firm, we will spend as much time with you as necessary to analyze your charges and review your options. You will always be prepared for all steps in the process.

Our lawyers understand fully what it takes for the Crown to prove its case, and we also understand exactly what it will take to mount an effective and comprehensive defence on your behalf. We will compile all supporting evidence, obtain witnesses and prepare you for your examination at trial. Our lawyers are well known for thorough preparation and successful trial strategies. While our past success cannot guarantee success in future cases, our experience only helps us prepare for whatever comes our way.

 

Contact Our Threatening Bodily Harm Law Firm Serving Toronto and Oshawa

If you face criminal charges for threatening bodily harm or threatening death, call our office at 416-364-3111 or contact our assault defence law firm online. We will help you prepare the thorough, determined defence you need to best protect your rights.

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