A threat of violence is an attempt to develop feeling of fear and anxiety in other person for a reason to obtain money, or to disturb the routine lifestyle. A threat of violence will be consider as a mode of harassment. A call record or a letter of threat can be taken as proof for such harassment and the offender can be punished.
The correct answer is: [B]: " False " .
A threat of violence, depending on the circumstances, may be illegal — in some situations — and/or subject to civil actions (e.g. restraining orders with specific restrictions), or be able to warrant intervention, de-escalation, investigation and/or removal of the individual(s) who [alleged] made a "threat of violence" —as well as other measures taken (e.g. "school lockdowns"); summary suspensions and recommendations for further disciplinary action (e.g. referral to mandatory supervised counseling or school transfer, in the case of an educational setting) ; transfer to a different worksite location (in an employment setting)—and perhaps with "disciplinary probation" — as well as criminal charges (in certain situations) with possible jail time and/or supervised probation; referral to anger management or other counseling; other terms.
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A threat is an intimidation and can be considered an offense, resulting in legal penalties for the perpetrator. That is, the threat of violence can already be considered a crime, even if the act of violence itself has not been performed, provided that this threat is made in an unfair and / or serious manner that offends the victim or generates fear. . For this reason, we can say that there are punishments that can be made for those who proclaimed a threat of violence, even if the act of violence did not actually occur.
your answer is false
because there is law who can mage these sorts of things