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.
Misdemeanors are sometimes thought of as “minor” crimes, but the reality is that a Colorado misdemeanor conviction can have major long-term consequences. No only could it put you behind bars for months and cost you thousands of dollars in fines, restitution, and legal fees, it can limit your career and educational opportunities and leave a stain on your reputation for years or decades to come.
If your child has been arrested, the first thing you need to do is contact an experienced Colorado Springs juvenile crimes defense attorney. He or she can provide you with information and guidance as to what to expect in your child’s particular circumstances, and will immediately get to work protecting your child and their rights. While every case is different, here is what you can likely expect when your child is caught up in a Colorado juvenile 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:
You lead a busy and hectic life, as most of us do. This involves spending a lot of time driving – to work, dropping the kids off at school, running errands, or taking care of 50 other things on your to-do list. Sometimes, when you’re in a hurry or your mind is thinking about something other than the speed limit sign you just passed, you’ll find yourself cruising down the road well above that speed limit. You may even do that on a fairly regular basis. But one day, those dreaded flashing lights may appear in your rearview mirror, ruining your day and leaving you with a costly Colorado Springs speeding ticket. In fact, you could just as easily wind up wrongfully ticketed for speeding while driving under the posted speed limit.
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