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CRIMES AGAINST PERSONS – ASSAULT -CRIMINAL DEFENSE LAWYERS DENVER, CO – DECKER AND JONES

Charges alleging harm or attempted harm to another person are among the most serious charges, and often carry severe penalties. Many of these offenses are felonies, and can involve the possibility of a lengthy prison sentence. In addition to court-imposed penalties, convictions for Crimes Against the Person can have long-term impacts on your employment, family, and residential rights, and such convictions can also trigger adverse out-of-country travel restrictions and immigration consequences. For these reasons, it is important to have an aggressive defense attorney on your side. At Decker and Jones, we have three such attorneys ready and able to fight for you. Under Colorado Law, Crimes Against the Person include an array of offenses of varying degrees of seriousness. Although these crimes generally involve physical harm to another person, others do not require violence, actual physical harm, or even physical contact. In fact, the alleged harm can be entirely verbal in nature, and sometimes merely creating the risk of harm may be a chargeable offense. It is therefore important to have an attorney who is knowledgeable about the nuances and details of this area of law. At Decker and Jones, our combined experience equals decades upon decades of such knowledge, and we will use every bit of it to defend your case. Because our attorneys have experience handling all types of Crimes Against the Person, we are adept at identifying the many possible defenses that may apply in your case. We have successfully tried a great amount of these cases, including homicides and assaults, and we have secured courtroom victories and liberty for numerous clients. If you are facing prosecution for one of these serious offenses, your very liberty may be at stake, and you cannot afford to proceed without consulting an attorney. At Decker and Jones, we are trial tested, and courtroom accomplished. Contact Decker and Jones now to set up a free and confidential consultation and case evaluation, and find out how we can help you navigate through the complicated area of law that is Crimes Against the Person.

We handle all types of Crimes Against the Person cases, including:

1st DEGREE MURDER

1st degree murder is the most serious of charges and requires nothing less than an experienced and accomplished Denver criminal lawyer to defend against it. Depending upon the circumstances of the case, a person can be charged with murder in the first degree if, after deliberation and with the intent to cause the death of Read the full article...

2nd DEGREE MURDER

2nd degree murder is one of the most serious charges and requires nothing less than an experienced and accomplished Colorado criminal attorney to defend against it.   Depending upon the circumstances of the case, a person can be charged with murder in the second degree if the person knowingly causes the death of another.   Read the full article...

MANSLAUGHTER

Manslaughter is one of the most serious charges and requires nothing less than an experienced and accomplished Denver criminal defense lawyer to defend against it. Depending upon the circumstances of the case, a person can be charged with manslaughter if the individual recklessly causes the death of another person, intentionally causes or aids another person Read the full article...

CRIMINALLY NEGLIGENT HOMICIDE

Criminally negligent homicide is one of the most serious charges and requires nothing less than an experienced and accomplished Denver defense attorney to defend against it. Depending upon the circumstances of the case, a person can be charged with criminally negligent homicide if the individual causes the death of another person by conduct amounting to Read the full article...

VEHICULAR ASSAULT

Vehicular assault is a very serious charge requiring the services of an experienced and accomplished Denver criminal attorney. Depending upon the circumstances of the case, a person can be charged with vehicular assault if the individual drives a motor vehicle in a reckless manner, and the individual’s conduct is the proximate cause of serious bodily Read the full article...

CRIMINAL EXTORTION AND AGGRAVATED EXTORTION

Criminal extortion and aggravated extortion are very serious charges requiring the services of an experienced and accomplished Denver criminal defense attorney. Depending upon the circumstances of the case, a person can be charged with criminal extortion if the individual, possessing the intent to induce another person against the other person’s will to act or refrain Read the full article...

RECKLESS ENDANGERMENT

Reckless endangerment can be a serious charge, requiring the services of an esteemed Denver criminal lawyer. Depending upon the circumstances of the case, a person can be charged with reckless endangerment if the individual recklessly engages in conduct creating a substantial risk of serious bodily injury to another person, Reckless endangerment is a class 3 Read the full article...

1ST DEGREE KIDNAPPING

1st degree kidnapping is one of the most serious charges and requires nothing less than an experienced and accomplished Colorado criminal attorney to defend against it. Depending upon the circumstances of the case, a person can be charged with kidnapping in the first degree if the individual forcibly seizes and carries any person from one Read the full article...

2ND DEGREE KIDNAPPING

2nd degree kidnapping is one of the most serious charges and requires nothing less than an experienced and accomplished Denver criminal defense lawyer to defend against it. Depending upon the circumstances of the case, a person can be charged with kidnapping in the 2nd degree if the individual seizes and carries any person from one Read the full article...

COERCION OF INVOLUNTARY SERVITUDE

Coercion of involuntary servitude is a very serious charge, and requires nothing less than an experienced and accomplished Denver defense attorney to defend against it. Depending upon the circumstances of the case, a person can be charged with coercion of involuntary servitude if an individual coerces another person to perform labor or services by: withholding Read the full article...