Sealing a Criminal Record
Not sure how to get your record sealed in Colorado? Learn more about sealing your criminal records by reading through our collection of law articles written by our experts here at the offices of M. Colin Bresee. You’ll find plenty of information here to help you better understand your rights as a Colorado resident. If you want more specifics about your case, contact us today to schedule a consultation. We’re here to help fight for your rights under the law.
We get calls every week from people who entered into a deferred judgment and sentence and candidly they do not know what that means or how it works. A deferred judgment and sentence does not count as a conviction under-
There have been a lot of changes in regards to your ability to seal a criminal record in the State of Colorado over the past year. We have extensive blog posts about these various rules, however, this will be the-
The state legislature has recently created a new policy when it comes to sealing records in Colorado This relates to cases other than convictions. Under current Colorado sealing record laws, you could only seal a deferred judgment or a dismissed case. You are-
Almost every day I get calls to my office asking about sealing a drug conviction. The first thing I would like to make clear is the difference between expunging and sealing a drug conviction. When you expunge a record you-
Colorado Revised Drug Sentencing: Senate Bill 13-250 In the State of Colorado, you can be charged with either a felony drug crime or a misdemeanor drug crime. These different levels of crimes come with significantly different consequences that will affect-