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Accessory to a Crime Charges in Aurora | Criminal Lawyer

accessory-to-a-crime-charges-omalley-and-sawyer-llc.jpgAccessory to a crime charges in Aurora, Colorado can result when someone provides some type of assistance to another in committing an offense. Even when the other person is only suspected of a crime, an accessory to that offense can face damaging criminal charges. Being an accessory to a felony crime is a felony offense itself. If you're being accused of accessory to crime, contacting an experienced criminal defense attorney is the best course of action.

Arapahoe County's Accessory to a Crime Law

Arapahoe County's accessory to a crime law prohibits aiding a criminal act. C.R.S. 18-8-105 addresses these violations throughout Colorado. A person commits this crime in Aurora, Centennial, or Englewood if they:

  • render assistance,
  • intending to hinder, delay, or prevent,
  • the discovery, detection, apprehension, prosecution, conviction, or punishment,
  • of someone for commission of a crime

Accessory crimes can include warning an individual that committed a crime of investigation and police contact, helping them hide, providing them with money / transportation, or manipulating evidence that could be used against them. This is a complex offense that needs the attention and analysis of a strategic criminal lawyer.

Is Accessory to Crime a Felony in Arapahoe County?

Being an accessory to a misdemeanor offense is a petty offense in the state of Colorado. This can still result in months in county jail and a few thousand dollars in fines. However, if you're convicted of accessory to a crime that is a felony offense, you also face a felony. Ramifications can include years in the Colorado Department of Corrections and up to six-figure fines. Assisting in a crime pre-offense or post-offense is dangerous conduct and negatively impact your future for years, if not decades.

Arapahoe County Accessory to a Crime Defense Attorney

If you think you may have helped someone close to you commit a crime or police have contacted you asking questions, the best action to take is exercising your right to remain silent. Any statements you provide to law enforcement can be twisted into evidence against you. Instead, contact our office as soon as possible for a free initial consultation. We will carefully analyze your unique situation with you and recommend next steps in your defense. We offer same-day jail visits, affordable fees, and flexible payment plans for those charged with being an accessory to crime throughout Colorado.

If you or someone you know is facing allegations of accessory to a crime in Colorado, be smart. Consult the skilled defense lawyers at O'Malley and Sawyer, LLC at 303-731-0719. Together, we can protect your future.

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