In Weld County, Colorado, a criminal charge for Trespassing may lead to severe punishment, even if the trespass was inadvertent and no harm was done to the property. Rural communities such as Ft. Lupton, Lochbuie, Evans, and Keenesburg are filled with open space that may not be well marked as private property. Trespassing is a complex crime, and how it is charged depends on the nature of the trespass. This will affect filing decisions of the 19th Judicial District Attorney's Office.
- First Degree Criminal Trespass / Trespassing - C.R.S. 18-4-502
- Second Degree Criminal Trespass / Trespassing - C.R.S. 18-4-503
- Third Degree Criminal Trespass / Trespassing - C.R.S. 18-5-504
How We Can Help with Your Trespassing Charges?
A lot of very specific legal question are raised when you are accused of Trespassing. Did the person charged actually know whether the land you were on was someone else's property? Did they have proper signage or fences to put you on notice that it was their property? Did the person accused actually intend to do anything wrong while they were on the property? These are legal issues and defenses that an experienced Weld County criminal defense attorney can raise. Our attorneys have years of experience handling the complexities of Trespassing cases, and we will fight to make the government prove every element of the crime against you beyond a reasonable doubt.