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San Antonio Extortion Lawyer

Accused of Extortion in San Antonio? We can help.

If it is alleged that you have made threats against another person in an effort to gain money or something else of value, criminal charges for extortion could be filed against you. Unlike theft or larceny, the threats used in extortion do not place the victim in physical danger. Extortion is a felony offense, and a conviction carries heavy penalties. If you have been accused of extortion, it is imperative that you get skilled defense counsel on your side at once. At The Law Office of John J. Fox, our San Antonio criminal defense attorney has defended the criminally accused for nearly 20 years. We believe it is crucial that you are represented by a powerful advocate to protect you, from start to finish. Turn to the firm with a successful record in cases involving extortion.

Extortion Attorney in San Antonio: Experienced Representation for Extortion Charges

Threats in extortion cases can encompass a variety of statements, including the accusation about a threat of the intent to hurt another person, divulge a secret, or allege their involvement in criminal behavior. The prosecution must show that the individual in question meant to deprive another person of money or other item of value. They must also show that the alleged threats placed the victim in fear of imminent harm. Since extortion is a crime of intent, individuals do not need to actually take money or property from another person to be guilty of this offense. If convicted, penalties could include:

  • Fines-in some cases, these can reach as high as $10,000.
  • Repaying the victim-also called restitution, this forces the perpetrator to compensate the victim for any money or property lost.
  • Prison sentences-depending on the circumstances of the case, prison terms can be as long as 15 years or more.
  • Probation-these terms generally last one year or longer.

With so much on the line, we recognize how important excellent legal representation can with regard to the outcome of your case. We are committed to working tirelessly to seek a favorable outcome. When you work with our firm, you will get the personal attention you deserve from a committed San Antonio criminal defense lawyer.

Take the next step by scheduling a free case evaluation to learn more about your legal options by contacting our firm today to get the help you need.

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