Child Abuse Attorney: Denver Lawyer M. Colin Bresee
Child abuse charges can come along for a wide variety of reasons. Anger, revenge, miscommunication…don’t fall victim to charges you don’t deserve simply because you don’t understand the law. As an expert child abuse lawyer, Denver attorney M. Colin Bresee will work with you and your loved ones to understand the charges being brought against you and level the playing field.
Of all the child abuse attorneys, Colorado lawyer M. Colin Bresee is one of the few who has extensive experience on both the prosecution and defense sides of the table. Understanding how a prosecutor will see your case means you’re working with an attorney who can better defend your case. All child abuse lawyers in Colorado are not equal – you shouldn’t entrust your case to anyone but the best.
Leading Child Abuse Lawyer: Denver, Boulder, Summit County and Beyond
Wherever you’re located in the State of Colorado, Mr. Bresee will help you through this difficult time. We work with clients state-wide as justice knows no boundaries. We understand that you didn’t wake up in the morning expecting to face child abuse charges. It’s a delicate and highly personal matter. Mr. Breese’s extensive experience in a wide variety of child abuse cases will place you and your loved ones in the best possible position given the merits of our specific case.
Contact Us Today – Available 24 Hours
You need the best in child abuse lawyers. Colorado residents can call us 24 hours a day and we’ll be happy to help you find clarity in these confusing times. We offer free consultations so we can let you know how we can help you
Call us at 303-377-0100 at any time – we look forward to helping you and hearing your case.
What You Need to Know NOW About Your Child Abuse Charge
It’s True … Even if you’ve already posted your bond, the District Attorney may still attempt to add some or all of the following terms and conditions after you’ve posted your bond.
- Even if the reporting party or victim does NOT want to proceed, the Court can arrest you and police can issue warrant.
- The Court can impose “reasonable terms” associated with your bond, which include:
- No contact with the victim or victim’s family (even if it’s your own).
- You cannot return to your house.
- You cannot see your own children.
- You may be subject to an alcohol censor (you cannot consume alcohol while you are out on bond).
- Your probation officer can come to you home or place of work at any time, unannounced.
- A GPS ankle bracelet mandatory until case is concluded.