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Grounds for Dismissal of a DUI Charge in Colorado

If you are charged with a DUI in Colorado, you may be able to have your case dismissed based on errors related to DUI laws in Colorado.  There are also plenty of myths surrounding…

Defending Yourself Against False Accusations of Domestic Violence and Assault

Being accused of abuse or domestic violence is devastating when the accusations are false. As difficult as it can be to deal with, defending yourself will involve far more than simply claiming that you…

Sealing a Deferred Judgment in Colorado The Process

When a case is dismissed, it’s a common belief that the trouble is over and it won’t get in your way again. However, dismissed cases can still show up in criminal background checks, so…

Potential Defenses to Sex Charges In Colorado

Being accused of a sex crime is devastating, even if you’re not guilty. The Colorado legal system has to investigate sex crime accusations, and if you find yourself on the receiving end of one,…

Misdemeanor vs. Felony Theft: What's the Difference in Colorado?

Theft can be defined simply as one person taking something from another, something they do not own and do not have the authorization to take. This can be either a physical item, a monetary…

Aggravated Robbery: What Is It and What Are the Penalties in Colorado?

If you’ve been charged with aggravated robbery in Colorado, you need a team of expert defense lawyers on your team. Luckily, COLaw Team can help. Aggravated Robbery: What Is It? Many of our clients…

Criminal Justice Process: How Can an Attorney Help You?

When you are arrested, the criminal justice system works against you in the hopes of reaching a criminal conviction - and that’s why you need a skilled criminal defense attorney in your corner. Colorado…

Concealed Carry Reciprocity in Colorado What Does It Mean for You

Concealed Carry Reciprocity refers to legal agreements between states, where each state agrees to honor CCW (carrying a concealed weapon) permits from the other. This means that an individual who legally holds a permit…

Can a Juvenile Record Be Use Against You as an Adult in Colorado

Committing a crime as a minor is a big deal - not only for the current moment but because it can potentially follow the person into adulthood. In most cases, someone’s juvenile record in…

How Does Restitution Work in Colorado?

Colorado restitution is the amount a defendant is sentenced to pay a victim due to a crime. Restitution always refers to a dollar amount rather than the pain and suffering of a victim and…

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