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January 2017 Archives

Criminal defense: Using the defense of truth

Sometimes Colorado Springs residents think that a criminal defense is all about refuting that a crime was committed. However, the defense of truth could be used to a defendants' advantage, even if the truth involves the admission that the defendant committed the alleged crime. Let's take a look at how admitting to committing a crime can often help a defendant.

How can I defend myself against burglary charges in Colorado?

In the state of Colorado, burglary charges can lead to serious consequences upon conviction. Depending upon the nature and severity of the charges, the defendant could face several years in prison as well as hundreds of thousands of dollars in fines. For example, a conviction on first-degree burglary charges in Colorado might mean up to 12 years imprisonment along with fines of up to $750,000.

Colorado murder suspect arrested in another state

Being wanted for a crime in Colorado could result in an arrest in another state. What usually happens in these situations is the individual is pulled over and/or arrested for an entirely different reason, and then a background check reveals that the person has an outstanding arrest warrant in Colorado.

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