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Criminal mischief and destruction of property charges involve knowingly damaging the property of another through deliberate acts, like vandalism or insurance fraud. The charges associated with criminal mischief can vary from a Class 2 Misdemeanor to a Class 3 Felony depending on the dollar amount needed to repair the property damage.
Sometimes charges can even result from unintentional acts. This happens often in domestic violence cases. Emotions can run high during a domestic dispute and it isn't uncommon for a loss of control to result in broken or damaged property. Imagine an argument that ends with an angry spouse slamming a door so hard that an expensive piece of artwork falls to the ground and shatters. Under Colorado criminal laws, there may be a charge of Criminal Mischief/Destruction of Property if law enforcement officials determine that an act of domestic violence occurred.
The Denver criminal lawyers of Hebets & McCallin understand Colorado criminal mischief laws, and have the experience to defend you if you have been accused of criminal mischief or destruction of property. Contact our office today for a free initial consultation
Hebets & McCallin, P.C.
1777 S. Harrison Street
Denver, CO 80210