Archives for: November 1st, 2013

A criminal record is something that follows you forever. It doesn’t matter whether your charge was a misdemeanor or felony, and it doesn’t matter how long ago you were charged with a crime—that record is public and can be viewed by anyone running a criminal background check.


Having a criminal record can be particularly harmful for juvenile offenders, who may face obstacles applying for colleges or jobs due to

The Denver Post recently reported that the descriptions of criminal suspects that are provided by witnesses have been routinely overwritten to correspond to descriptions of suspects that have been taken into custody. The story, based on the testimony of a Denver detective, is understandably a cause of concern for more than one Denver defense lawyer and the clients they represent.


Denver defense lawyers are in agreement that the flaws