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.
If you face DUI charges, you may wonder how much will a Colorado Springs DUI lawyer cost you? An important question, but attorney’s fees are only part of the price you will pay for your DUI conviction. Keep reading to learn more about the full potential costs of a DUI.
Colorado Springs residents that believe they have been falsely accused often ask me how to get domestic violence charges dropped in Colorado. Here are my thoughts on the subject.
Will you still be able to get or keep a concealed carry permit with a DUI in Colorado Springs? DUI defense attorney James Newby explains what you need to know.
Finding the best DUI attorney in Colorado Springs begins by asking the right questions during the DUI lawyer free consultation. Keep reading to view 12 must-ask questions for each attorney you interview.
Many people ask me what is the difference between a felony vs misdemeanor in Colorado? In this post, I will explain the key differences that define these types of crimes.
In this article, we explore the dark side of hiring a cheap criminal defense attorney in Colorado Springs.
Colorado residents that are facing felony charges may find themselves in even more trouble if they are not careful. Luckily, local Colorado Springs ciminal defense attorney James Newby has outlined common Felony Questions & Answers to help keep folks charged with a felony on the right path to the best outcome for their case.
Colorado’s drunk driving laws can be tricky and complex. There’s much more to a charge of driving under the influence (DUI) than whether or not your blood alcohol content was above the legal limit. If you’ve been arrested and charged with DUI, or you just want to be prepared in the unfortunate event that you find yourself pulled over for suspicion of driving under the influence, here are some of the most common DUI questions I get as a Colorado Springs DUI attorney:
There are ways to beat a reckless driving charge in Colorado or have those charges reduced to a lesser offense; an experienced Colorado reckless driving defense attorney can fight the allegations and help you avoid the disruptions to your life that a reckless driving conviction can cause.
Domestic violence is already a serious criminal offense in Colorado. But a 2016 law makes it clear that “habitual offenders” who engage in repeated acts of violence against spouses, intimate partners, and children will now face consequences much greater than they may have in the past.
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