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DEFACING PROPERTY

Defacing property can be a serious charge, requiring the services of an esteemed Colorado criminal attorney.

Depending upon the circumstances of the case, a person can be charged with defacing property if the individual destroys, defaces, removes, or damages a historical monument.

A person can also be charged with defacing property if the individual defaces or causes, aids in, or permits the defacing of property without the consent of the owner, by any method of defacement including but not limited to painting, drawing, writing, or otherwise marring the surface of the property by use of paint, spray paint, ink, or any other substance or object.

Depending upon the circumstances of the case, defacing property can be a class 1 misdemeanor or a class 1 misdemeanor.

If you or someone you know is being charged with defacing property, it is important that you talk to a Colorado criminal lawyer immediately. Contact a trial tested, result oriented Denver criminal defense attorney at Newell & Decker today to discuss the case.