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ATTEMPT / CONSPIRACY / SOLICITATION

In Colorado, one does not need to complete or actively participate in an offense in order to be charged with his or her role in the alleged crime.  In such cases, an individual may be charged with attempt, conspiracy, or solicitation of a particular offense.

AT DECKER AND JONES, WE HANDLE SUCH CHARGES, INCLUDING:

CRIMINAL ATTEMPT

Under Colorado law, a person can be held criminally liable for an act they did not complete, but attempted. Depending upon the circumstances of the case, a person can be charged with criminal attempt if he engages in conduct which is a substantial step toward the commission of the completed offense. A substantial step is Read the full article...

CONSPIRACY

Under Colorado law, a person can be held criminally liable for an act they did not physically carry out but helped plan with others, or an act they helped plan with others and also physically carried out. Depending upon the circumstances of the case, a person can be charged with conspiracy to commit a crime Read the full article...

CRIMINAL SOLICITATION

Under Colorado law, a person can be held criminally liable for an act they merely encouraged another to commit. Depending upon the circumstances of the case, a person can be charged with criminal solicitation if the individual commands, induces, or otherwise attempts to persuade another to commit a felony, so long as the individual’s intent Read the full article...