Harassment, also known in Colorado as Kiana Arellano’s law, is a common charge because its broad definition can be applied to various conduct. Almost a catch-all charge, it’s easy to accuse someone of harassment, and it’s easy for the government to prove.
Yell at me and it could be harassment; touch or push me– harassment.
Regardless of its simplicity, a harassment conviction can trigger significant consequences that jeopardize your freedom. Certain convictions may limit your ability to own firearms, require that you complete domestic violence counseling, prevent you from communicating with friends or family, or hurt your chances of landing a new job.
At Denver’s Law Office of Andres R. Guevara, our attorneys routinely represent clients charged with harassment in Adams, Arapahoe, Boulder, Denver, Douglas, Jefferson, and Weld County. Armed with years of trial experience and respect from District Attorneys, our criminal defense lawyers work diligently to protect your rights and defend your freedom when facing a harassment charge.
Let our attorneys be your voice and your advocate if you’re accused of committing harassment here in Colorado.