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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-
People get Arrested Every Day on Restraining Order Violations in Colorado Every week or so, I get a call from someone who was arrested on an old restraining order. Five years ago when they were dating one of them obtained-
* “Prison break” photo by Marcin Wichary / CC BY 2.0 A sentence may involve just one or numerous elements in a criminal case; including serving time in jail or prison, probation, restitution, and/or community service. In the State of-
Whenever you are arrested for a crime, there is a certain amount of evidence against you. This evidence is called the discovery. So often we get calls at our office asking what the attorney can do for their case. Often-
My name is Shannon Lynch and I am an intern in Mr. Bresee’s office. I have been working for Mr. Bresee for the past year and a half. In that time, there seems to be a change in the way that-