Category: Criminal Mischief

Facing criminal charges is a daunting experience, and understanding the legal process is crucial for anyone caught in the web of the justice system. In this blog, we’ll explore the journey from arrest to court proceedings in the Denver Municipal Court, shedding light on what to expect and offering valuable insights to help you navigate through this challenging time.

Arrest and Booking

The legal journey begins with an arrest. If

In the realm of criminal law, offenses can sometimes appear similar at first glance, leading to confusion among the general public. One such pair of offenses that are often mistakenly interchanged are criminal mischief and vandalism. While both involve intentional damage to property, it is crucial to understand the distinctions between these charges, as they carry different legal implications.

In this blog post, we will unravel the complexities surrounding criminal

If you are charged with a crime, you need a strong defense. In order to have a strong defense, you have to fully understand the definition of the charges you are facing.

Most charges are straightforward: DUI, theft, etc. What about “criminal mischief,” though? What does that mean?

The answer varies from state to state. “Criminal mischief” in Colorado may look different than “criminal mischief” in Pennsylvania. If you have


Everyone loves a good Halloween prank, and teens are notorious for taking these sorts of things too far. In fact, many Halloween pranks gone awry can result in criminal charges.


For your teen, this could mean severely compromising his or her future college and employment prospects. Let’s take a look at the criminal charges that can result from Halloween fun that seems to have gotten a little too


In late March, three 15-year-old teenage boys broke into a church in Thornton and committed what has been described by police as “malicious destruction of church property.”


The teens were caught by a pastor of the church when they triggered an alarm, and were arrested at the scene. They are alleged to have caused over $80,000 in damages, and face felony-level charges for second-degree burglary and criminal mischief.