Reckless Endangerment Definition
C.R.S. 18-3-208 – Reckless Endangerment – is defined by Colorado law as:
How Does the Law Define ‘Recklessly?
Colorado law defines ‘recklessly’ as:
This definition is an important part of the law and during a jury trial, we break the definition down and argue that your circumstances do not meet the law’s requirements. We strive to get you an acquittal or not guilty verdict.
Sentence for Reckless Endangerment in Fort Collins
We strive to get you an acquittal or not guilty verdict.
Reckless Endangerment is a class 3 misdemeanor. The maximum penalty for a class 3 misdemeanor is 6 months in the Larimer County Jail and up to $750 in fines. The more substantial consequence could be your criminal record. Anytime a potential landlord or employer runs a background check, this will show up on your record. You may not be allowed to discuss your circumstances and explain your side before you are out of the running for a new position or apartment in Fort Collins, Loveland, or Estes Park.