Retaliation Against A Witness Or Victim Definition
Retaliation Against A Witness Or Victim, C.R.S. 18-8-706
(1) An individual commits retaliation against a witness or victim if such a person uses a threat, act of harassment as defined in section 18-9-111, or act of harm or injury upon any person or property, which action is directed to or committed upon a witness or a victim to any crime, an individual whom the person believes has been or would have been called to testify as a witness or victim, a member of the witness’s family, a member of the victim’s family, an individual in close relationship to the witness or victim, an individual residing in the same household with the witness or victim, as retaliation or retribution against such witness or victim.
(2) Retaliation against a witness or victim is a class 3 felony.
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