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When Does Simple Assault Become Aggravated Assault in CO?
When Does Simple Assault Become Aggravated Assault in CO?

In Colorado, simple assault is classified as third-degree assault, which is a Class 1 misdemeanor (as well as an “extraordinary risk” offense) that carries a maximum jail term of 24 months and a fine no more than $5,000. However, based on the facts and circumstances of the ...

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