October 2016 Archives

Felony bomb charges made against short man in Colorado town

When a criminal suspect is identified clearly on video surveillance, defense counsel may do best to initiate bargaining sessions with the prosecutor. Such a tactic generally results in greater power for the defense to influence the prosecutor on a reduced charge and sentence. It may or may not be time for that kind of strategy in a recent case where a 64-year-old man is facing felony charges for allegedly leaving a bomb in front of a police station in the tiny Colorado town of Nederland.

Confused by a burglary charge?

There are several types of criminal charges that are widely misunderstood by the public, and some defendants are surprised by the types of allegations that they face after being arrested. Burglary charges are one of the most commonly misunderstood criminal allegations. Many people in Colorado believe that burglary refers to the theft of another person's property, when this is not actually the case.

Is a breath test refusal an automatic guilty?

There is no such thing as an automatic guilty in criminal law, although many defendants facing DUI charges often feel as if they have few options. This is especially true when a defendant's breath test refusal is brought up. However, with the severe consequences that can come with a DUI conviction, leaving a conviction up to chance is not a possibility.

Student arrested for misdemeanor charge for clown-related threat

Clowns are no longer considered to be harmless entertainment for children, and menacing clown sightings have been popping up across the United States. However, one of Colorado's first clown-related arrest was not for a clown sighting, but for the alleged threat of one. Police charged the student with interfering with faculty, staff or students at an educational institution, a misdemeanor charge.

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