New Mexico has moved one particular hunting offense from a misdemeanor offense to a felony. If convicted, hunters charged with these crimes can face not only losing their hunting privileges, but several other rights as well.
Colorado hunting charges have administrative consequences beyond the fines and additions to your criminal record. Violations carry license point assessments that can have a lasting impact on your hunting and fishing plans in Colorado and across the nation in the coming years.
Being charged with a Colorado Hunting Violation is serious business, especially when possible suspension of your hunting and fishing privileges is at stake. While there are several combinations of offenses that could lead to your privileges being suspended, certain offenses can mean an almost automatic suspension of your hunting and fishing license in Colorado.