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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 officers come to your door can be-
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-
What is 404(b) evidence and how can it harm… and help you? This kind of evidence is commonly used for the prosecution to show that the defendant has engaged in conduct that is similar to the charges that are against-