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January 2016 Archives

We're here to guide you through your misdemeanor charge

Defendants often feel the impulse to talk to police as soon as they learn that they have been charged with a crime. This urge is understandable, especially since most people simply want their side of events to be heard. Despite efforts to appear as if they are on your side, Colorado police are usually not interested in helping out those who have been accused of committing a crime. Whether facing a misdemeanor charge for driving without a license, for petty theft or anything and everything in between, it is important to first seek just and reliable representation.

Colorado police file felonies against man accused of arson

A Colorado man is facing criminal charges for an act that he claims to only have dreamed of, with no recollection of ever acting on it. His charges currently include multiple felonies as well as one misdemeanor count for a fire that caused serious damage to his mother's home. According to police, four dogs were also killed because of the fire.

Independent lab finds flaws in Colorado's blood tests for DUI

Law enforcement in Colorado is no stranger to faulty blood testing in DUI cases. In 2013 the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment was shut down after blood testing was found to be biased against defendants and staff was found to be poorly trained to handle blood samples.

Felony charge dismissed, local nurse relieved

The criminal court system demands that each and every defendant be presumed innocent unless a prosecutor is able to establish by a strict measure of proof that all aspects of a charge are not only viable but also true. Not only may a defendant be found not guilty at the conclusion of trial court proceedings, but it is also possible for criminal charges to be dismissed entirely. The latter was the case for a Colorado woman who was facing a felony charge for allegedly embezzling funds from a local group.

Felony charge filed against psychic who allegedly scammed client

Police in Colorado claim that a local psychic could not foresee her own future after her alleged activity led to an arrest. A felony charge for theft was filed after accusations that she had scammed approximately $200,000 from a single client came to light. That client is a Lacoste family member, which runs and owns a popular brand of clothing known for both its quality and price tag.

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