Defenses to Extortion Lawyers

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What Are Possible Defenses Against Extortion?

Extortion, also known as “blackmail”, is the crime of obtaining money or property through coercion. Extortion can take a variety of forms. Common examples include:

If you are convicted of extortion, you can face prison-time and/or fines.

Common defenses include:

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Whether one of the above defenses will apply will depend on you the circumstances of your case. An experienced criminal law attorney will be able to analyze your situation and determine the best defenses to pursue.

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Last Modified: 04-29-2014 04:45 PM PDT

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