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Why Hiring a Sex Crimes Defense Lawyer is important

Why Hiring a Sex Crimes Defense Lawyer is important
  • Sex Crimes ·
Why Hiring a Sex Crimes Defense Lawyer is important. Have you been accused of committing a sex crime? The first step you need to take is to contact an experienced sex crimes defense lawyer. Sex crime charges are not something you are going to want to mess around with. There is a tremendous stigma attached…

Why You Need a Skilled Domestic Violence Attorney

Why You Need a Skilled Domestic Violence Attorney
  • Domestic Violence Defense ·
There are many reasons why you need a skilled domestic violence attorney to defend your case. Domestic violence is a serious charge with a serious stigma surrounding it. Because of this, many domestic violence cases may need to go to trial. A skilled domestic violence attorney is necessary to argue your case in front of…

Have You Been Falsely Accused of Domestic Violence?

False Allegations
  • Domestic Violence Defense ·
Domestic violence is never a laughing matter. The state of Colorado takes these kinds of cases seriously. A person convicted of domestic violence could face jail or prison time. A domestic violence case could impact your employment and reputation. Domestic violence cases include mandatory protection orders and could impact child custody. Unfortunately, due to mandatory…

What to Do When Going Through a Colorado DUI Checkpoint

DUI Checkpoint
  • DUI Defense ·
Sobriety checkpoints, also known as “roadblocks” are sources of anxiety for many motorists in Colorado. Checkpoints allow the police to briefly detain and interview random drivers. The police try to identify and arrest intoxicated motorists. Aside from not drinking and driving, there are several things that drivers can do to assert their rights. Keep calm…

What Affects BAC?

What affects BAC
  • Criminal Defense ·
Blood alcohol content (BAC) is the calculation of the amount of alcohol present in your blood, based on the volume of alcohol consumption over a given period of time. Alcohol is absorbed in the stomach and small intestine then enters the bloodstream. Within 30 to 70 minutes of consumption, BAC can be measured. However, there…
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