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Case Conclusion Date: 05.18.2017
Practice Area: Criminal defense
Description: Client was charged with Felony Harassment under RCW 9A.46.020. This is a Class C felony punishable up to 5 years prison and a $10,000 fine. Here, Client allegedly threatened to kill his former employer during a work-related argument. Client suffered from Borderline Personality Disorder and worked in a high-stress environment which was not enjoyable. Despite the challenges, Mr. Ransom assembled a very strong merit package consisting of Client's mental health diagnosis, proof of ongoing counseling and numerous character reference letters. With this information, Mr. Ransom convinced Prosecutor this was an isolated incident which showed very uncharacteristic behavior from the Client. Moreover, there was substantial evidence that Client's threats were not reasonably believable under the circumstances. Prosecutor dismissed the felony.