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Criminal defense needed when police wield accusations

One minute, it's business as usual; the next minute, Colorado law enforcement officers are wielding accusations. This scenario occurs every day. In some cases, the accusations are justified; in other cases, they are not. However, the one thing that is needed either way is a good criminal defense.

Have a domestic violence enhancer? You need experienced help

Those accused of being violent towards family members are often put in a precarious legal predicament. Accused perpetrators of domestic violence often face unique difficulties, including being prevented from seeing their loved ones or returning to their homes. Eager to return to life as normal, some defendants even forego necessary help and admit to all allegations. While we understand how tempting this can be, it is not necessarily the most effective approach, and it rarely yields the results defendants are hoping for.

Hundreds charged with DUI during Labor Day period

Holiday weekends that give families time away from work and school are popular times for barbecues and other get-togethers. They usually mean something for Colorado police, too -- watching out for drunk drivers. Police tend to make more DUI-related traffic stops and arrest during holiday weekends than during other times of the year.

Teens likely in need of juvenile defense after arrests

A group of Colorado teens were recently blamed for a series of alleged crimes that took place mostly in a single neighborhood, although others were also apparently affected. The ages of the teens have not yet been released. Being charged as a minor is very different than being charged as an adult, and, as such, the approach to juvenile defense also differs greatly.

Sheriff in police custody for alleged sex offenses

A Colorado sheriff is behind bars after allegedly engaging in inappropriate behavior with a local inmate. He is currently facing several charges for sex offenses, including two of which are felonies that carry the potential for lifelong sentences. His bond was recently set at $250,000 after the prosecution initially requested that it be set at $500,000.

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