Colorado Criminal Defense 

Molly Jansen Law Group 

Colorado Criminal Defense Lawyer

Molly Jansen Law Group is a full-service criminal defense law firm in Denver Colorado. Our firm is an established preeminent Criminal Defense Law Firm, providing excellent, compassionate, and aggressive representation.

We provide legal representation for individuals accused of all types of crimes. We understand how daunting the legal process can seem, but it is important to remember that you still have rights. No matter the charges against you, our team is here to help you defend those rights. It is important to remember the following after an arrest: 

*You have the right to an attorney

*Politely decline answering police questions until your lawyer is present

*Anything you say or do may be used against you later

Over the years, we have established an impressive track record of success and  we are dedicated to providing our clients with top-rated legal service.  Put your trust in an experienced Criminal Defense Attorney.  Contact Molly Jansen Law Group. 

Felony Charge

18-1.3-401. Felonies classified - presumptive penalties


Molly Jansen Law Group 

Colorado Felony Criminal Defense Lawyer 

Felony offenses are the most serious criminal offenses. All non-drug related felonies fall within 6 classes, with class 1 felonies being the most serious. The minimum sentence for conviction of a class 1 felony is life imprisonment, and the maximum sentence is death. For a class 6 felony, the minimum sentence is 1 year in prison, a $1,000 fine, or both. The maximum sentence for a class 6 felony is 18 months in prison, a $100,000 fine, or both. There are some class 2 through felonies that are considered to pose an extraordinary risk of harm, and carry greater penalties than other class 2 through 6 felonies.

Misdemeanor Charge
18-1.3-501. Misdemeanors classified
Molly Jansen Law Group

Colorado Misdemeanor Criminal Defense Lawyer

Misdemeanor charges are less serious than felony offenses but more serious than petty offenses. Although they are less serious than felonies, conviction of a misdemeanor can still result in a defendant being sentenced to jail time. Most misdemeanors are classified as Class 1, 2, 3, or unclassified - with Class 1 being the most serious. Drug misdemeanors are classified as either Level 1 or 2. Misdemeanor traffic offenses are classified as Class 1, 2, or unclassified.