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Colorado Criminal Trespass Defense Lawyers

  • October 7, 2013

In Colorado, “criminal trespass” is the crime of unlawfully entering or remaining on another’s property, and the seriousness of the offense depends upon the type of property trespassed upon and…

Colorado Criminal Extortion Defense Lawyers

  • October 7, 2013

In Colorado, a person commits criminal extortion if he or she makes certain threats in order to induce another person to act against unwillingly. Generally, for a person to be…

Colorado Disorderly Conduct Defense Lawyers

  • October 7, 2013

In Colorado, a person commits disorderly conduct if he or she intentionally, knowingly, or recklessly does any of the following: Makes a coarse and obviously offensive utterance, gesture, or display…

Colorado Criminal Mischief Defense Lawyers

  • October 7, 2013

Generally, a person commits criminal mischief if he or she knowingly damages another person’s property—including property jointly held by the accused individual and the alleged victim.  A person accused of…

Colorado Criminal Impersonation Defense Lawyers

  • October 7, 2013

In Colorado, a person commits “criminal impersonation” if he or she assumes a false or fictitious identity or capacity, and in that false identity or capacity does any of the…

Colorado Criminal Conspiracy Defense Lawyers

  • October 7, 2013

A person commits "conspiracy to commit a crime" if: (1) he or she intends to promote or facilitate the commission of a crime; (2) he or she agrees with one…

Colorado Computer Crime Defense Lawyers

  • October 7, 2013

In Colorado, "computer crime" is an offense that covers a wide range of unlawful computer activities. Computer crimes range from class 2 misdemeanors to class 3 felonies. A person commits…