Colorado criminal code offenses against public peace order decency harassment

Colorado criminal code offenses against public peace order decency harassment

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The Crime of Criminal Attempt in Colorado

Criminal attempt in Colorado is defined as: Intentionally engaging in conduct that constitutes a substantial step towards the commission of a misdemeanor other than a class 1 misdemeanor is a class 3 misdemeanor. 18-2-101 (7)

Criminal attempt to commit a class 1 misdemeanor is a class 2 misdemeanor. 18-2-101 (6)

  • Criminal attempt to commit a felony defined outside of the criminal code and for which no penalty is specified is a class 6 felony. 18-2-101 (5)
  • Criminal attempt to commit a class 5 or class 6 felony is a class 6 felony. 18-2-101 (4)
  • Criminal attempt to commit a class 4 felony is a class 5 felony. 18-2-101 (4)
  • Criminal attempt to commit a class 3 felony is a class 4 felony. 18-2-101 (4)
  • Criminal attempt to commit a class 2 felony is a class 3 felony. 18-2-101 (4)
  • Criminal attempt to commit a class 1 felony is a class 2 felony. 18-2-101 (4)

The Crime of Conspiracy in Colorado

Criminal conspiracy. A person who agrees with another person to engage in conduct that constitutes a misdemeanor defined outside of the Criminal Code, or who agrees to attempt to commit such a misdemeanor, or who agrees to aid another in the planning, commission, or attempt to commit such a crime, with the intent to facilitate or promote the commission of such crime, commits a class 3 misdemeanor. 18-2-201 (5)

  • Conspiracy to commit a misdemeanor other than a class 1 misdemeanor is a class 3 misdemeanor. 18-2-206 (5)
  • Conspiracy to commit a class 1 misdemeanor is a class 2 misdemeanor. 18-2-206 (4)
  • Conspiracy to commit a felony defined outside of the criminal code and for which no penalty is specified is a class 6 felony. 18-2-201 (5)
  • Conspiracy to commit a class 5 or class 6 felony is a class 6 felony. 18-2-206 (1)
  • Conspiracy to commit a class 4 felony is a class 5 felony. 18-2-206 (1)
  • Conspiracy to commit a class 3 felony is a class 4 felony. 18-2-206 (1)
  • Conspiracy to commit a class 2 felony is a class 3 felony. 18-2-206 (1)
  • Conspiracy to commit a class 1 felony is a class 2 felony. 18-2-206 (1)

The Crime of Solicitation in Colorado

Criminal solicitation. A person who attempts to persuade another person to commit a felony defined outside of the criminal code and for which no penalty is specified commits a class 6 felony. 18-2-301 (5) and 18-2-101 (4)

  • Criminal solicitation to commit a class 5 or class 6 felony is a class 6 felony. 18-2-301 (5) and 18-2-101 (4)
  • Criminal solicitation to commit a class 4 felony is a class 5 felony. 18-2-301 (5) and 18-2-101 (4)
  • Criminal solicitation to commit a class 3 felony is a class 4 felony. 18-2-301 (5) and 18-2-101 (4)
  • Criminal solicitation to commit a class 2 felony is a class 3 felony. 18-2-301 (5) and 18-2-101 (4)
  • Criminal solicitation to commit a class 1 felony is a class 2 felony. 18-2-301 (5) and 18-2-101 (4)

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