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In the state of Colorado, detectives can contact you if you’re suspected of a crime or if you might be a witness to a crime that you didn’t necessarily take part in. Seeing police officers knock on your door can-
DRUG FELONY CHARGES AND POSSIBLE PENALTIES When you are arrested for Felony Drug Charges, you must immediately act to put yourself in the best long-term position. The first 7 days can make a huge difference in the results of your case with-
In Colorado, there is a powerful legal tool that’s often misunderstood and underutilized. When you have a defense attorney who’s intimately invested in his or her clients’ rights, they may opt to file a motion for a Bill of Particulars.-
What are Pretrial Services? For certain crimes, usually for felonies or more serious misdemeanors, the court will order you to be put on pretrial services, which is basically parole before trial. This is the court’s way of keeping you-
Third Degree Assault to Felony First Degree Assault and Domestic Violence: #2 for Arrests in Colorado
Understanding the varying degrees of Colorado’s assault laws doesn’t have to be an overwhelming challenge. If you or someone who know has been charged with assault, the Law offices of Colin Bresee can help! We believe it’s important for you to know-