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Posted By McAdams Law | April 8 2015 | Felonies, Firm News

Many individuals may feel as if an idea they have could be considered a good one. Unfortunately, some parties may not think through a situation completely or consider the possible repercussions. As a result, an individual could be accused of participating in alleged criminal activity. In such a situation, charges could be filed against a party, and he or she may want to consider options for building a criminal defense.

One man in Colorado may be exploring defensive options after being taking into custody. It was reported that the man was a driver for a car service, and after dropping a client off at the airport, the man allegedly went back to the client’s house and tried to break in. However, the client’s roommate was at home during the alleged attempt. The man reportedly left the scene.

The man was taken into custody, though it was not detailed how authorities apprehended him. Reports stated that he was let go from his position as a driver, and he is currently facing felony charges for attempted criminal burglary. At the time of the report, the man was being held in jail rather than paying a $10,000 bond.

Facing felony charges is a serious matter than an individual should take the time to better understand. If the Colorado driver believes that the charges are unjust and wishes to maintain his innocence, he may want to consider his options for a criminal defense. By examining any evidence that the prosecution may have against him, the man may be better able to create a meaningful defense that could potentially help his situation.

Source: Los Angeles Times, “Uber driver tried to break into Denver home after airport dropoff, police say“, Ryan Parker, March 31, 2015

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