Forgery: Is it a Felony or a Misdemeanor in Colorado?
Forgery is the act of altering or creating written documents and other objects with the intent to deceive others. The most common examples of forgery include forging academic records or faking a check. In Colorado, it is a crime to possess forged documents if you have prior knowledge that it was forged with the intent to trick others. Depending on the degree of the offense, forgery can be either a felony or a misdemeanor. Forgery as a Felony Under Colorado law, it is a serious crime to forge written documents or objects, including: Stocks or bonds Contracts, deeds, wills, or other