Being charged with Menacing in Colorado means you’re being charged with threatening someone with physical action, such that they are placed in fear of imminent serious bodily injury (SBI). Menacing charges are often charged at the same time as Assault charges.
If you’re being charged with menacing, it essentially means that you’re being accused of threatening someone or causing them to fear that you will commit serious bodily injury against them. This is a class three misdemeanor by itself, but it becomes a class five felony if you menace someone with the use of a deadly weapon or if you claim to have the intent to use a deadly weapon.
If you’re being charged with menacing, contact Krizman Law today for a relentless criminal defense.
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