Fred Thiagarajah has actually gone to trial on these types of cases as a prosectuor and as a defense attorney — and he and his team have won on whichever side they were on.

For an example of his work, please see his case results.

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You need an attorney from the Law Offices of Fred Thiagarajah.

As a former Deputy District Attorney, Fred Thiagarajah, and his team have the negotiating skills and trial experience necessary to get the best results for his clients.

There are also some people who have been wrongfully accused of criminal threats, based on a misunderstanding or false evidence.

You need an attorney that will listen to your side of the story carefully, who will evaluate the evidence thoroughly, who will negotiate with the judge and the District Attorney’s office skillfully, and who will fight in trial aggressively.

Furthermore, the state boards of many professions that require licensing, such as doctors, nurses, lawyers, contractors, teachers, real estate agents and stock brokers, all require background checks.

A professional who has a witness intimidation charge on their record risks losing thier professional license, or never acquiring it in the first place.With offices in Newport Beach, Long Beach, Murrieta, Riverside and Rancho Cucamonga, the Law Offices of Fred Thiagarajah have criminal defense experience in Orange, Los Angeles, Riverside and San Bernadino counties. California's law against dissuading a witness or victim, Penal Code 136.1 PC, makes it illegal to prevent or to attempt to prevent any witnesses or victims of a crime from reporting or testifying about the crime.Any person who attempts to prevent or dissuade a witness or victim from making a police report, seeking someone’s arrest or filing a complaint, is guilty of violating Penal Code section 136.1(b).Penal Code sections 136.1(a) & 136.1(b) are wobblers, but if the crime is charged as a felony, it is considered a strike under California’s Three Strikes Law.A person acts maliciously when they unlawfully intend to annoy, harm or injure someone else in any way, or intends to interfere in any way with the orderly administration of justice.