Protecting Your Freedom When You’ve Been Accused Of Harassment
Under Colorado law, there are several ways to commit harassment, including:
- Pushing or shoving someone
- Telephone harassment
- Criminal mischief
- Domestic violence
- Email harassment
Many people do not realize how important the implications of these crimes are. If you are arrested for harassment, the criminal justice system will prosecute you to the full extent of the law. You need a lawyer who has the experience and the compassion to help you minimize the impact of such a charge.
“People often come into my office the first time feeling ashamed, like they have failed. I tell them everybody stumbles from time to time. Two key reasons to have a lawyer are to help get past a legal crisis and to help navigate the often-overwhelming legal system.”
— Care Enichen
Care Enichen has years of trial experience on both sides of the bench. Care was a district attorney for seven years and then a judge for an additional 16 years. Her service to Boulder County has given her insight into how the court system works.