Misdemeanor Offenses

Misdemeanor offenses are less serious than felonies, but more serious than petty offenses. One convicted of a misdemeanor may be required to serve a county jail sentence, but cannot be sentenced to the Colorado Department of Corrections, the statewide prison system. Misdemeanors range in seriousness from Class One, which is the most serious, to Class Three, which is the least serious. The higher the class of misdemeanor, the greater the possible penalties. Like misdemeanors, petty offenses range from Class One to Class Three.

Areas of Criminal Defense

Click on any of the links provided below for more information on that criminal offense.

General
Misdemeanors

Driving
Misdemeanors

Drug
Misdemeanors

Assault Misdemeanors

Sexual Misdemeanors

Computer Crime
Criminal Mischief (less than $100)
Criminal Mischief ($100 or more, less than $500)
Criminal Tampering
Disorderly Conduct
False Imprisonment
Forgery
Harassment
Menacing
Obstructing a Peace Officer
Perjury
Resisting Arrest
Stalking

Theft

Trespass
Careless Driving Resulting in Death
Careless Driving Resulting in Injury
Possession of Marijuana (more than 1 oz.but less than 8 oz.)
Possession of Schedule V Controlled Substance
Child Abuse
Domestic Violence
Third Degree Assault

For a complete list of both Felony and Misdemeanor Sexual Offenses

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