Felony Versus Misdemeanor Domestic Violence Attorney Denver

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People who are charged with a Felony Domestic Violence offenses in Colorado are usually charged with:

  • First-Degree Assault
  • Second Degree Assault
  • Vehicular Assault
  • False Imprisonment (use or threat to use force or detention is 12 hours or more)
  • Stalking
  • Menacing (use or threat to use deadly weapon)
  • Criminal Trespass
  • First or Second or Third Degree Burglary
  • Criminal Mischief (value $1,000 or more)

Some not so common Felony Domestic Violence offenses in Colorado are:

  • Violation of Custody or Parental Responsibility Order
  • First or Second Degree Kidnapping
  • Theft (value $1,000 or more)
  • Criminal Extortion
  • Sexual Assault
  • Invasion of privacy for sexual gratification
  • Arson
  • Robbery or aggravated robbery
  • Aggravated robbery of controlled substances
  • Aggravated Motor Vehicle Theft
  • Theft or medical records or medical information
  • Forgery
  • Fraud by check ($1,000 or more)
  • Unauthorized use of a financial transaction device ($1,000 or more)
  • Identify Theft
  • Criminal possession of a financial device (2 or more financial devices)
  • Computer crimes (loss or damage is $1,000 or more)
  • Aggravated Animal Cruelty
  • Wiretapping

People who are charged with Misdemeanor Domestic Violence offenses in Colorado are usually charged with:

  • Third Degree Assault
  • False Imprisonment
  • Menacing
  • Reckless endangerment
  • Second or Third Degree Criminal Trespass
  • Criminal Tampering
  • Criminal Mischief (value is less than $1,000)

Some not so common Misdemeanor Domestic Violence offenses in Colorado are:

  • Theft (value is less than $1,000)
  • Defacing private property
  • Littering of private property
  • Abandonment of a motor vehicle
  • Criminal use of a noxious substance
  • Unlawful Sexual Contact
  • Invasion of privacy for sexual gratification
  • Second Degree Arson (damage is less than $100)
  • Aggravated Motor Vehicle Theft (value is less than $1,000)
  • Second Degree Forgery
  • Criminal possession of second degree forged instrument
  • Obtaining signature by deception
  • Fraud by check (value is less than $1,000)
  • Unauthorized use of a financial transaction device (value is less than $1,000)
  • Criminal possession of a financial device (one financial device)
  • Computer crimes (loss or damage is less than $1,000)
  • Animal Cruelty
  • Wiretapping (involves a cordless telephone)
  • Eavesdropping (offense after July 1, 2010)

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Felony Versus Misdemeanor Domestic Violence
Felony Versus Misdemeanor Domestic Violence
Felony Versus Misdemeanor Domestic Violence
Felony Versus Misdemeanor Domestic Violence
Felony Versus Misdemeanor Domestic Violence
Felony Versus Misdemeanor Domestic Violence