Category: Criminal Defense


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


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


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


Regardless of the seriousness of the alleged crime, you still have rights if you are arrested, stopped, or being investigated for suspected criminal activity. It’s important to be aware of and take advantage of these rights if you want to protect your future and avoid incriminating yourself.


We’ve explored five potential situations that could occur if you are suspected of a crime, and included guidance on your rights

Just south of Florence, Co. stands the ADX Florence prison, home to some of America’s most dangerous felons. The prison is—by former warden Robert Hood’s own admission—“a clean version of hell.”


Hood, who was warden from 2002 to 2005, made the above statement in an interview with 60 Minutes. He was describing the harsh conditions of the highest security prison in the United States—sometimes called the “Supermax.” ADX has