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Blackmail and Extortion

Allegations of blackmail or extortion made as a result of perceived threats and intimidation can lead to a great deal of alarm and distress irrespective of whether you are the alleged perpetrator or the victim. Should you find yourself the victim of extortion or are accused of making threatening communications towards someone, you should seek legal advice at the earliest opportunity. We can advise on the nature of the communications and assess whether they actually amount to blackmail. By getting involved at the beginning, we are often able to deal with the matter quickly and discreetly, dispensing with the need for the police to be notified and criminal proceedings brought.

https://www.kingsleynapley.co.uk/services/department/criminal-litigation/criminal-defence-and-police-investigations/blackmail-and-extortion

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