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Harassment Definition in Parker | What is Harassment in Colorado?
Though Harassment charges are easy to file in Parker, the prosecution must still prove each element in order to convict you of Harassment. The definition of Harassment in Parker is, with intent to harass, annoy or alarm another person, someone:
Harassment, Domestic Violence and Gun Rights in Highlands Ranch and Castle Rock
In Highlands Ranch and Castle Rock, Domestic Violence charges often accompany allegations of Harassment. Domestic Violence is a sentence enhancer which can be attached to any criminal offense in Colorado. When Domestic Violence attaches to a Harassment charge, a mandatory Restraining / Protection Order will be issued. When this occurs, your gun rights will be affected. The added Domestic Violence label could also mean a lengthy probation period, more jail time and an impact on your ability to find a job.
Charged with Harassment in Castle Rock? Call us at 303-265-1950
In Lone Tree and Castle Rock, sometimes Harassment charges are filed after you have overreacted to a situation, or the alleged victim in your case has fabricated a story out of revenge. In other cases, you may have been falsely accused of Harassment in order to get you out of the house for good, as part of a divorce. Whatever the case may be for your Harassment charges, our criminal defense lawyers work tirelessly to defend you. In many cases, we can use an affirmative defenses to explain why legal physical contact between the alleged victim and the accused occurred. We are also often able to seal your criminal record. So, don’t give up if facing charges of Harassment. There is still hope. Contact a Douglas County Harassment criminal lawyer from the O’Malley Law Office to help you with your criminal charges today.