When is a Threat Under PC § 69 Not to be Believed?

Sometimes, a threat is stated that no reasonable person would believe. When such a threat is made, often in jest or frustration, it cannot reasonably be considered a true threat, so it is not a crime. Instead, such “crazy talk” is protected speech under the First Amendment. To read an example of such a threat that an appellate court considered protected speech and not a crime, please click on the following link – https://www.greghillassociates.com/when-is-a-threat-under-pc-69-not-to-be-believed.html

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