Written by attorney Jeffery L. Weeden

Second Degree Felony Assault in Colorado

Second-degree assault occurs whenever a person causes bodily injury to another person when the injury is caused by a deadly weapon. The state of Colorado considers second degree assault a felony. You may suffer serious consequences for felony assault. Often your intent is not taken into account.

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