While vandalism is often thought of as youthful discretion, the fact is that in the state of Colorado, intentionally damaging property can get you into big trouble.  If you or someone you love has been arrested for vandalism, contact our office today to hear how we may be able to help your case.

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Depending on the details of your crime, your act of vandalism may result in one or more of the following charges:

Criminal mischief is the most commonly used charge in cases of vandalism and it is also one of the most common crimes in our state. This crime occurs when you knowingly damage the property of another person. The punishments breakdown in the following manner:

If you are convicted of criminal mischief it is possible to lose your driver’s license for a period of time. Defacing property and trespassing charges have similar consequences, depending on what class of misdemeanor (or felony) you are charged with.

Your Denver criminal lawyer can help defend you from accusations of vandalism.  If you have been accused of any of these crimes, please contact us immediately so a lawyer from Denver Criminal Attorney may begin working on your defense.