Looking for insight into the everyday laws of Colorado? Our blog archives contain valuable information regarding drug laws, sex offender laws, sealing records, and many other facets of criminal law in Colorado. You’ll find a plethora of in-depth information right here that can be read at your leisure.
While our blog posts are a great starting point for educating yourself about the law in Colorado, we recommend scheduling a consultation with M. Colin Bresee in order to best serve you. Contact us today and we’ll be happy to take your case.
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. The cellular phone has become an integral part of our-
If you are the suspect in an investigation, you are more than likely to be contacted by a detective to come and talk to them about the accusations against you. What do you do when a detective contacts you? Do-
Source Probation in Colorado is somewhat of a second chance for criminal offenders. It’s a period of time after conviction in which offenders are monitored for good behavior to avoid a more serious sentence, such as jail or prison. The-
Oftentimes, taking a plea of guilty in a sex offense case is the best move you can make for your future. Mr. Bresee is always willing to zealously defend his clients in a trial; however, trials are often run by-
Colorado Gun Laws 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 major gun-