Gambling & Casino Crimes
Colorado has limited low-stakes gambling in several historical communities. These gambling activities are controlled and monitored by the State of Colorado through the Colorado Gaming Commission. Colorado has established rules of gaming conduct and statutes for criminal violations against the gambling laws. Gambling and casino related violations may include:
- Limited Gaming Cheating by a Licensee
- Cheating by Fraud or Deception
- Fraudulent Gambling
- Defrauding a Casino
- Possession of a Gambling Device
- Theft from a Casino
- Unauthorized Card Games
- Unauthorized Playing of Poker for Profit
- False Charitable Gambling or Gaming
- Misrepresentation of Gaming License
- Misuse of Gaming License
- Maintaining an Illegal Gambling Establishment
Call Mike Moran at 719-447-1923 for your free consultation. You may be prohibited from entering into Colorado Casinos, you may lose a gambling license or the ability to operate a charitable organization or actual casino.
Gambling violations may be charged as a misdemeanor or felony, depending on n the severity. A misdemeanor conviction penalty can include a six month jail sentence. A felony gambling conviction penalty can include up to 18 months of prison.
Please call the office of Michael W. Moran at 719-447-1923 for a free consultation.