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Posted By McAdams Law | July 24 2015 | Criminal Defense, Firm News

Many Colorado residents know that there are many instances in which they may not fully think through their actions. As a result, individuals could find themselves in a negative situation. Some of those situations may not be considered serious, but there are other circumstances that could lead to criminal charges. If an individual is accused of trying to harm another party, he or she may want to look into criminal defense tactics.

It was recently reported that a man in Colorado was taken into custody for alleged harassment. The situation reportedly took place when authorities were apparently alerted to an alleged disturbance. Two individuals were reportedly having a verbal argument, and when police arrived at the scene, they allegedly saw the 21-year-old man grab the arm of a young woman who was trying to walk away. 

The individuals were reportedly in a relationship, and the woman stated that the man would purportedly keep her hostage. The man allegedly stated that he did detain the woman when she wanted to leave. As a result of the situation, the man was charged with false imprisonment and harassment. 

The charges leveled against the man are considered misdemeanors. However, the situation could still have negative effects on his life if he is convicted of the charges leveled against him. Therefore, gathering information on how to create a meaningful criminal defense may provide useful knowledge to the young man. Furthermore, he may wish to discuss his options with his legal counsel to determine what strategies may be best suited for his case as it moves forward.

Source:, “CSU basketball player charged with harassment“, Kelly Lyell, July 17, 2015

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