Factors Relevant To Existence Of “Credible Threats”
April 20th, 2014


It is a defendant’s entire course of conduct, including conduct and statements to third parties that foreseeably a victim may be told, that is relevant to establishing a credible threat and not necessarily any particular intent that the comments be conveyed to the victim. (People v. Norman (1999) 75 Cal. App. 4th 1234.)

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