When charged with a crime in Colorado Springs you need to know the goals of the prosecutors. Is it just to "throw the book" at you or are there other factors?
As soon as you are pulled over for suspicion of driving under the influence, your mind starts to race, wondering if you can get out of a DUI. Is it possible?
There are many opportunities to make mistakes when falsely accused of assault by your spouse or significant other. Learn what mistakes to avoid.
Felony criminal stalking charges are a very serious offense in Colorado and must be taken seriously. If you are facing these charges, read on to learn more!
If you are arrested or detained in Colorado Springs and asked to let the police search your phone, you should respectfully refuse. Learn why.
If you're looking to hire a DUI attorney make sure to have the most success in your case by avoiding these five critical mistakes.
To defend you, your Colorado Springs criminal defense lawyer needs to know everything. Here are the questions to expect at your first meeting.
Do you feel your criminal attorney is not fighting for you? If yes, then read this blog for help on how to deal with the situation.
Arrested for DUI in Colorado Springs? Wondering if you really need a DUI attorney? Do you want to keep your license and keep driving? Click to learn the reasons you need a DUI attorney.
This blog answers these common questions: What is criminal harassment in Colorado? What happens if you get accused of harassment? Can you go to jail for harassment?
A DUI conviction can create serious challenges when it comes to employment. Read more to find how your DUI affects employment opportunities in Colorado.
If you’ve been arrested and charged with a Colorado Springs DUI, you have rights. You have defenses. You can challenge the legality of your traffic stop, the constitutionality of your arrest, the validity of the test results, and the admissibility of other DUI evidence that form the cornerstone of the prosecution’s case against you.
If your facing assault charges in Colorado Springs you need to understand the charges and potential penalties. Assault can be charged as either a misdemeanor or a felony. The nature of the assault and the degree of harm it caused will determine the seriousness of the consequences you may face.
Drivers pulled over for DUI in Colorado Springs often consider the option to refuse a breathalyzer test. This post explains the one key fact you need to know.
Felony convictions come with big consequences. Your best criminal defense strategy might be to fight to reduce your Colorado felony charges.
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