Threat to Commit a Crime
In order to be convicted of the crime of Threat to Commit a Crime, the prosecutor is required to prove, beyond a reasonable doubt:
- That the defendant expressed an intent to injure another person and/or his property, now or in the future;
- That the defendant intended that it be conveyed to that person;
- That the injury that was threatened, if carried out, would constitute a crime; and
- That the defendant made the threat under circumstances which could reasonably have caused that person to fear that the defendant had both the intention and the ability to carry out the threat.
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