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5 Questions to Ask a Criminal Defense Lawyer
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Getting charged with a crime in Denver can be one of the most stressful, confusing, and overwhelming times in your life. But it doesn’t have to be. With the help of an experienced and skilled criminal defense attorney, the chances that your charges will be reduced, dropped, or dismissed will increase greatly.
 
A criminal lawyer can use their in-depth knowledge of Colorado laws to help in all kinds… Continue reading this article

5 Things to Know About Domestic Violence Charges in Colorado
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Domestic violence is described as a pattern of abusive behavior in a relationship. It is often used by one partner to maintain or gain control and power over the other partner.
 
According to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV), an average of 20 people are physically abused every minute by an intimate partner in the U.S. This is unacceptable, and it’s something that all of us need… Continue reading this article

3 Crimes You Didn’t Know Are Theft Crimes
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When we think of a theft crime, we think of someone taking something that doesn’t belong to them. This could be shoplifting from a retail store, taking an item or items from someone else’s car, stealing a car, or other similar crimes.
 
The theft law in Colorado clearly defines theft as:
 

Knowingly getting, taking, or exercising control over anything valuable from another person without their permission or… Continue reading this article

Understanding Your Assault Charge
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In Colorado, you can be charged with assault in the first, second, or third degree depending on the circumstances of your case. But what are the differences between these degrees? And, more importantly, what are the possible penalties if you’re convicted?
 
Let’s look at the different levels of assault and the penalties associated with each crime.
 
First Degree Assault
 
First degree assault is a crime of… Continue reading this article

Can I Get My Criminal Record Expunged?
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Everyone makes mistakes. Some mistakes are minor, while others carry a bit more weight. But after any mistake, we want to learn from it and move on.
 
For those who have made a mistake with the law, it can be difficult to move on – because a criminal record follows you everywhere. Not only is it embarrassing, it can make once simple things in your life harder. When applying… Continue reading this article

Types of Criminal Defense Strategies That Work
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Facing criminal charges can be incredibly scary and intimidating, especially if you don’t have any legal representation. Obviously, for every crime allegedly committed, there is also a variety of charges and potential penalties based on the supposed act. What you need to know, as the defendant, is that there are a also number of defenses that you can use to prove your innocence, or to at least decrease the… Continue reading this article

What Happens If I Violate My Probation?
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Unfortunately, even after paying your dues in the eyes of the court, you may still be placed on probation for a crime once committed. In some cases, probation is an incredibly restrictive situation to find yourself in, and one that can be confusing and frustrating all at once. However, it is exponentially better than going to prison or jail.
 
If you’re having issues keeping with or understanding your… Continue reading this article

Is Sexting Against the Law?
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Recently, Cañon City High School was rocked by a sexting scandal. Over 100 students were involved in the sending and receiving of explicit pictures through a smartphone app that kept the pictures hidden.
 
When the scandal first broke in November, a number of students were suspended. And because football players were involved, the high school football team had to forfeit its last game of the season.
 
School… Continue reading this article

Understanding Colorado’s Shoplifting Laws and Penalties
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With the holidays upon us, everyone is out buying gifts for their friends and family. This can be a stressful time of year for anyone, but it’s even more stressful for retailers. As the number of shoppers increases, so does the number of shoplifters.
 
There are many reasons why someone may shoplift something. Maybe they couldn’t afford the item they took. Maybe their friends pressured them. Maybe it… Continue reading this article

Marijuana and Driving: What You Need to Know
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When thinking about a DUI, we almost always assume the driver was under the influence of alcohol. Maybe they’re driving home from the bar. Or coming from a friend’s party where they had a few cold ones. We know the common scenarios and – in theory – that helps us to avoid them.
 
Driving under the influence of marijuana, however, can also be a reason for an arrest.… Continue reading this article

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