Lake County Harassment Attorney
Serving Clients in Lake County, Chaffee County and El Paso County, Colorado
A variety of behaviors may be considered harassment under Colorado law. A harassment charge alleges that a defendant intended to harass, annoy, or alarm another person with physical contact, obscene language or gestures, contact by telephone or computer, or by publicly following the other person or invading that person’s privacy. Just spitting on someone is sufficient “physical contact” to constitute persecution. If you face a harassment or sexual harassment charge in Colorado, get legal help immediately and call the law offices of experienced Colorado criminal defense attorney Lindsey Parlin.
Ms. Parlin understands that well-intended words and actions can sometimes be misinterpreted. One successful defense against harassment may be that a defendant had no intent to harm or harass. Sometimes, a First Amendment defense based on protected free speech is a successful strategy. In other cases, the harassment allegation can simply be discredited. The specifics of the case determine if the persecution is charged as a Class-3 misdemeanor or as a Class-1 misdemeanor. Most harassment charges in Colorado are Class-3 misdemeanors that carry a maximum penalty of 6 months in jail, a $50 fine, and probation. If a victim is targeted for harassment because of that person’s actual or perceived race, color, religion, ancestry, or national origin, the charge becomes a Class-1 misdemeanor that carries a maximum penalty of 18 months in jail and a $5000 fine. Having a harassment conviction on your record could impact your ability to obtain employment in the future. If you’re accused of harassment, it’s clear that you’ll need experienced legal representation from a good Colorado criminal defense lawyer. Contact one of the top harassment attorneys in the city, Lindsey Parlin.
Lindsey Parlin is a criminal defense attorney experienced with the state of Colorado’s laws and legal system. She will develop an aggressive criminal defense designed to keep you out of jail. Ms. Parlin has an impressive reputation for integrity and a record of winning criminal cases and effectively guiding clients through the intimidating criminal court system. She has been named “Favorite Local Attorney” for three consecutive years by the Leadville Herald Democrat. Let one of the best harassment lawyers in the area, Lindsey Parlin, walk you through the legal process and protect your rights every step of the way.
THE BEST POSSIBLE OUTCOME
From your initial free consultation to the best possible resolution of your harassment case, Lindsey Parlin will defend your legal rights and work to resolve your case quickly. While it may be possible to have your harassment charge reduced or dismissed, the best defense sometimes means a deal or a plea bargain or it may require a trial. Ms. Parlin will work with you to achieve the best possible outcome for your legal issue. Ms. Parlin’s law firm represents clients in Eagle, Lake, Park, Summit, and Chafee counties. If you are charged with harassment, please schedule a free consultation with criminal defense attorney Lindsey Parlin – today – by filling out the form on this site or by calling her law offices at 719-310-3703. Evening and weekend appointments are available in her law office, located in Leadville, Colorado. If you are facing harassment charges, there’s no time to waste–discuss this matter with a qualified attorney as soon as possible.