Misdemeanor & Felony Menacing
Menacing involves the use of threat or by physical action knowingly placing a person in fear of imminent serious bodily injury, or attempting to do so.
Menacing is a Class 3 misdemeanor, but can be a Class 5 felony if a deadly weapon is used, a perceived deadly weapon is used, or when one claims being armed with a deadly weapon.
Click below to read the official Colorado statutory definitions for this offense:
Criminal Defense Attorney Alexander Garlin has experience in providing criminal defense of both misdemeanor and felony menacing, as well as related criminal charges. Whether you contact Garlin Driscoll, LLC, or other qualified attorneys, we recommend that you do so without delay so that you can better understand your circumstances, and thereby promote informed decision making that could significantly improve the ultimate outcome of your case.
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