Understanding Your Rights When Charged With Harassment
What Is Harassment?
Without a lawyer on your side who can challenge the allegation, harassment can be practically anything the prosecutor says. Making a telephone call, sending an unwanted email or texting can, in some circumstances, be characterized as constituting harassment. As your lawyer, I will challenge the prosecutor’s assertions, in court if need be. In some cases, I have been successful in convincing prosecutors to not file charges by pointing out weaknesses in evidence, placing the event in context or providing additional facts that put a different complexion on the event. In short, what might seem to be a harassing call or email harassment may not really meet the definition of harassment as stated in the law.
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For a free initial consultation about a harassment or domestic violence charge, call my Breckenridge office at 970-368-2321 or send me an email. My firm will work diligently to obtain the best possible result for you.