Boulder Harassment Attorney
Barre M. Sakol, P.C. Offers Clients Personalized Defense Strategies
Harassment charges are particularly frightening as they have the potential to not only threaten your freedom but to do irreparable harm to your reputation. It can also feel like the world is against you as many people jump to assume the worst about you and your character. When this happens, you may not know where to turn. Barre M. Sakol, P.C. is here to help.
Our law firm has developed a strong reputation for providing innovative defense solutions and putting our clients’ needs first. We take the time necessary to understand each case and to develop the aggressive defense strategies our clients are looking for. Call us when you need a lawyer who won’t back down from a fight.
Harassment charges can be incredibly complicated. Call our harassment defense lawyer for guidance today. Dial (720) 999-9506 or contact us online.
What Is Harassment in Colorado?
Harassment is defined under the Colorado Revised Statutes § 18-9-11, also known as “Kiana Arellano’s Law.” A key element to the legal definition of harassment is the requirement of intent on the part of the person committing the harassing act. Typically, harassment is charged as a misdemeanor, and depending on the circumstances of the case, a defendant may face either a class 1, class 2, or class 3 misdemeanor harassment charge.
Examples of harassment include
- Striking, shoving, kicking, or otherwise touching another person
- Directing obscene language or gestures at another person in public
- Following a person around a public place
- Phone and texting harassment
- Email harassment
The penalties associated with a harassment charge can include significant fines and imprisonment if convicted. Not only will these consequences affect you in the short term, but they have the potential to threaten your entire future.
Additionally, it is not uncommon for harassment charges to also involve domestic violence ramifications. These can include the issuance of a Mandatory Protection Order, as well as domestic violence treatment and classes. Furthermore, if you have any family court matters pending, a domestic violence conviction for assault or harassment can have a significant impact on the outcome of those cases.
Keep reading to learn more about defending against harassment charges.
Defending Harassment Charges in Boulder County
Prosecutors are well-known for pursuing harassment cases doggedly, and representing yourself can leave you vulnerable. The first step in defending against harassment charges is hiring legal representation you feel confident in. Your lawyer can not only help you understand the charges brought against you, but they can also help investigate your case and uncover all your legal options.
What to do if you are arrested for harassment in Boulder:
- Secure legal representation as soon as possible
- Remain respectfully silent and do not make a statement to authorities without first consulting an attorney
- Comply with any court orders or restraining orders issued against you
- Provide your attorney with all available information and documentation about your case
Even if you believe that your innocence is self-evident, it is crucial that you work with a skilled attorney. Working with a knowledgeable lawyer can also increase your likelihood of a successful resolution.
Barre M. Sakol, P.C. Is Known for Our Integrity & Dedication
Colorado courts take a hard line against harassment. As such, harassment charges should never be taken lightly. Feeling frightened and overwhelmed when facing criminal charges is natural, but you are not alone in this. Our Boulder harassment defense lawyer has over four decades of experience and is prepared to help you fight the charges brought against you.
A criminal record can make the following more difficult:
- Finding stable employment
- Securing housing for yourself and your family
- Attending college or other post-secondary schools
- Acquiring professional licensing
- Attaining membership in professional organizations
As a law firm, we believe everyone deserves competent, reliable legal representation. We also appreciate that every case is unique. When you hire Barre M. Sakol, P.C. to handle your harassment case, you can rest assured that your best interests will be our priority. We work hard to bring every client the thoughtful-yet-aggressive representation they need.
To schedule a consultation, call our firm at (720) 999-9506 or send us a message online. We are prepared to discuss your harassment case today.
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