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Make strong challenge to theft arrest where proof is lacking

Sometimes in Colorado or other states a person is being sought for separate criminal allegations in two, three, or more localities at the same time. With respect to theft and property crimes, such offenses do sometimes occur in serial form with a string of offenses carried out by the same perpetrator over an extended period. At times, however, police departments may tend to “pile on,” where they appear to gravitate to someone already identified and seeming to fit the general description of what they’re seeking. That natural tendency, however, can lead to people being arrested for something they didn’t do; and, it is one of the important reasons why a criminal defendant should always attempt to consult with defense counsel right away, preferably even prior to the initial arraignment.

Man held on felony drug offenses: growing pot without a license

The fact that marijuana has been legalized in Colorado does not mean that there are no criminal violations remaining on the books. For example, nowadays a person can be arrested for a felony violation of growing marijuana without a license. Prosecutors in Denver announced that a man was arrested for marijuana drug offenses dealing with that issue recently.

Colorado driver pleads guilty to DUI in fatal wreck

Last year in Colorado, a man was arrested for allegedly driving while intoxicated and causing a fatal accident. However, the driver who was blamed for the death entered a guilty plea for DUI in exchange for other charges being dropped. The man has been sentenced to one year in jail and a two-year probation period.

Teen with learner's permit charged with DUI in fatal accident

A DUI conviction carries long-term consequences, which can include fines, jail time and the loss or suspension of a driver's license. A Colorado teen and her parents will likely do all they can to avoid facing these serious consequences. She was charged with drunk driving after being involved in a fatal accident before she even received her driver's license.

Woman's domestic violence arrest leads to immigration issues

Individuals who are accused of, or arrested on, domestic violence charges often face social, career or other consequences regardless of the outcome of an arrest. Though a strong criminal defense is always a first concern to minimize consequences or clear one’s name, individuals facing such accusations also should understand how to minimize other effects.

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