Our criminal law articles are designed to help you better understand the nuances of the field. Navigating the information about criminal law in Colorado can be overwhelming, but you’ll find plenty of high-quality articles here to get you started. From sexual assault to domestic violence and DUI, you’ll find an abundance of articles written by the qualified staff of M. Colin Bresee’s offices. Browse our collection of articles below, then contact us to schedule your free consultation.
Cell phones. We check them to kill time while in line at the grocery store. We use them to book flights, order food, call our loved ones, check the weather, and more. The cellular phone has truly become an integral-
Incest charges in the state of Colorado should be handled with extreme care. These charges often arise because someone has alleged sexual contact with a relative (many times a child or stepchild). Sexual relationships between brothers and sisters are also-
In the state of Colorado, detectives can contact you if you’re suspected of a crime, or if you might possibly be a witness to a crime that you didn’t necessarily take part in. Seeing officers come to your door can-
At least once every week someone calls my office thinking that domestic violence means they physically assaulted someone they had sex with. I can’t even count the number of times we hear that “I never hit her/him so they have-
Gun Laws in the State of Colorado Gun Laws vary from state-to-state. Whether you already own a gun or are thinking about purchasing a firearm, this article will cover the most common Colorado gun law questions. According to Colorado.gov there are two-