Harassment cases are some of the most challenging cases we handle. We have found that Colorado Harassment laws are some of the hardest for juries to understand. The law states that a person commits harassment in Colorado when with intent to harass, annoy, or alarm another person, he or she strikes, shoves, or kicks him or her, follows a person in a public place or directs an obscene gesture or language at him or her. Someone can also be charged with harassment when he or she initiates a computer or phone conversation with that person with the intent to insult, taunt, threaten, or annoy him or her. The most challenging is when harassment is charged as an act of domestic violence. We take these cases very seriously and have a record of achieving very favorable results for our clients. If you are facing a Harassment charge in the State of Colorado, contact an experienced criminal defense attorney immediately. We offer free consultations for all criminal defense matters (including Harassment).
Michael J. Harris, Attorney at Law
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