December 2017 Archives

A criminal conviction could cost PO worker his job

A Colorado Springs post office worker has been placed on leave, following accusations that he has been stealing mail. Several residents complained of missing mail for a few months, and an investigation into the matter led authorities to this one employee. A criminal conviction could cost him his job and make it extremely difficult to find work in the future. As such, how he fights his case in court is really important.

Can a permanent protective order ever be dismissed?

Restraining orders are often put in place to protect victims from violent individuals. Unfortunately, these orders may also be put in place against individuals who are accused of being violent where there is no real evidence of such behavior. After a protective order is issued, can Colorado residents accused of domestic violence do anything to get them dismissed?

Sometimes pleading guilty is the best criminal defense

When charged with a crime, it can be difficult to know the best way to fight it. There are often various defense options at one's disposal -- which will all have their negative and positive points. In some cases, there are those Colorado residents who may find that pleading guilty is their best criminal defense.

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