Threatening to Commit a Crime: Pretrial Probation.
Two women with apparent bad blood encounter one another in a shopping mall. One woman threatened the other, and specifically, to attack her outside when she left the mall. The alleged victim, fearing for her safety, notified police. As a result, the woman who allegedly made the remark was arrested and charged with Threatening to Commit a Crime. The alleged victim pursued this case all the way to trial. On the morning of trial, successfully negotiated that charged woman maintain her innocence to the charged offense and be placed on pretrial probation. Providing she successfully completes this probationary term, the case will be dismissed and she will suffer no criminal conviction from this event.