January 2018 Archives

Colorado criminal defense: Probation Q and A

Following a criminal conviction, or the entry of a guilty plea, it is possible for one to receive a probation sentence rather than some form of incarceration. Colorado only considers probation in certain types of criminal defense cases. This week, this column will address a few common questions some may have about how probation works.

Colorado woman facing murder charge

Police in Colorado had been talking with a woman who they believed had information about the disappearance of her father. Authorities began to suspect the woman after they started receiving calls from concerned family members about not being able to get in touch with her dad. After several visits with the woman and an official investigation into the matter, police took her into custody and she is now facing a murder charge.

Investigation of shooting leads to Colorado Springs man's arrest

The words shooting and Colorado Springs are not words that a local resident wants to hear together. Unfortunately, shootings in this area are fairly common. When such events happen, police are quick to investigate. The investigation into a recent fatal shooting led police to one man, so far. He has since been arrested and could face some serious charges.

Charged with a crime after failing field sobriety testing

Colorado residents who are suspected of driving while impaired will likely be asked to submit to field sobriety testing. These are a series of tests generally meant to check physical ability and concentration -- two things impaired drivers tend to be lacking. Those who fail these tests will likely be charged with a crime.

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