Criminal Defense Archives

Man charged with threatening co-workers, faces criminal charge

Initial press reports of an alleged crime in Colorado may be difficult to understand if the police have released few facts about the events or if the press provides too little space for reporting the facts in detail. These may be factors in getting the full picture of what was behind the arrest of a 46-year-old-man in Colorado Springs recently for allegedly threatening co-workers with a handgun. The man was eventually captured, but police did not reveal the precise criminal charge filed against him.

2-year-old found in car, mother charged with felony child abuse

Child abuse in Colorado is a complex and serious criminal offense. It can be a felony or a misdemeanor, depending on the egregiousness of the abuse and the resulting degree of injury to the child. In a recent arrest in the Denver area, the police have charged a 26-year-old mother with felony child abuse for leaving her 2-year-old boy in her car unattended.

Criminal charge of trespass puts landlord in the hot seat

In Colorado, criminal trespass is a crime that has several different degrees of seriousness. Most trespass offenses carry a term of imprisonment as a possible punishment, in addition to a wide range of fines. The criminal charge in a trespass case will therefore depend on the facts and how the prosecutor decides to categorizes those facts.

Trucker who hit and killed state trooper faces criminal charge

There are many vehicular accidents that fall in a borderline area between criminal and mere negligence. Sometimes the police find it difficult to determine where the line is between negligence and criminality with respect to traffic accidents. In a recent case where a Colorado State Patrol trooper was killed by a passing motorist, the authorities have filed a criminal charge of careless driving resulting in death against the driver.

Plea bargain likely in defense of woman who stole Sheriff's SUV

Colorado gets its share of weird events that end up in criminal arrests. One of those occurred Friday evening, Oct. 28, when a 32-year-old woman who was handcuffed and sitting in the rear of a deputy's SUV managed to slip out of her handcuffs and bust through the barrier to the front seat. The outcome leaves her facing a slew of criminal charges against which she must wage a monumental defense.

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.

Colorado teacher facing sexual assault charges

A former teacher was arrested by Colorado police after a child accused her of touching her inappropriately. The allegations do not involve any of the students with whom the woman worked. Instead, the sexual assault charges came from a child of family friends.

Hefty allegations filed after police say man barricaded in home

Colorado police and a local family are at odds concerning an event that took place in the early hours of the morning. A 30-year-old man is currently in custody on allegations of drug possession, refusing to leave a property after police requested that he do so, and other charges. Three children were also removed from the home.

YouTube video leads to harassment, assault charges for drivers

As dash cams become increasingly popular among Colorado drivers, more and more traffic footage is being uploaded to the popular video streaming website YouTube. Assault charges were recently filed as the result of one such video. The video apparently showed a hit-and-run accident involving a motorcycle and larger motor vehicle, the drivers of which were engaged in a road rage incident with each other.

Defensive lineman Samson Kafovalu facing criminal charge

Samson Kafovalu -- a defensive lineman at the University of Colorado -- was recently suspended from the team following his arrest. He is currently being held on a criminal charge for obstructing an officer. His bond was set at $500, although at last update, he was still in police custody awaiting his first court appearance.

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