Mr. Krizman represented the client pro bono. Client was charged in Greenwood Village Municipal Court with harassment after sending over 500 text messages to a disgruntled contracting customer. The city attorney unbelievably wanted Client to serve jail time despite there being no threats.

Mr. Krizman was able to use Client’s diminished mental capacity and indigency to reduce the harassment charge to disturbing the peace and got the city attorney off of the ridiculous jail sentence. The case was resolved with unsupervised probation and 48 hours of community service.

Even though the city attorney would not agree to waiving the $360 fees just to complete the community service, Mr. Krizman successfully argued indigency to the court and convinced the judge to waive fines and fees.

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Case ResultsHARASSMENT – NO JAIL, NO FINES