Substance Abuse Leads to Felony Charges in Damage of $30M Painting

There are just some cases that Castle Rock felony defense lawyers have no doubt involves some issue of mental illness, substance abuse - or both. While mental illness is not accepted in our society the same way as say, cancer, we are slowly coming around and our judicial system is beginning to reflect that. Such was the case for a woman accused of felony criminal mischief after damaging a $3... Read More

Drug Crime Defense: Keeping it in the Family

Castle Rock drug crimes have been known in some cases to involve family members. Felony defense attorneys assume the idea is that you need people around you that you can trust. But when it falls apart, entire families can be destroyed. That appears to be the case by two large drug trafficking rings that were recently brought down by federal agents in Denver. One was run by a brother, the o... Read More

Bath Salts Behind Growing Number of Castle Rock Crimes

Castle Rock criminal defense attorneys have noticed a marked increase in the number of cases involving so-called "bath salts." Contrary to the moniker, it's not the fizzy stuff you toss in the tub. We're talking about a group of synthetic compounds create symptoms similar to cocaine, PCP and LSD, but with higher-than-usual levels of paranoia and violence. Following a federal emergency ban ... Read More

Sex Crimes Defense: Educate Yourself on Teen Sexting

Normally, our Castle Rock sex crimes attorneys wouldn't advise our clients to heed the advise of detectives. However in this case, we believe teens can avoid a Castle Rock sex crimes charge stemming from a youthful indiscretion. It involves the issue of "sexting." Douglas County Sheriff's Office detectives made rounds late last month at local schools, advising parents and teens on how t... Read More

Castle Rock Marijuana DUI Bill Defeated

It's rare that our Castle Rock criminal defense attorneys have great news to share. There is, however, very good news for those who may be arrested for Castle Rock marijuana DUI. According to The Denver Post, a bill that would have created legal limits on marijuana intoxication while driving has been defeated by the state Senate. We reported on this issue recently in our Castle Rock Crimi... Read More

Theft from Employer Can Lead To Prison

A Castle Rock embezzlement case has resulted in a 12-year prison sentence for the former bookkeeper of a veteran-owned and run engineering firm. Castle Rock defense attorneys know that, depending on the amount alleged to have been stolen, embezzlement can be considered a Class 4 felony or a Class 3 felony, which can result in up to 12 years in prison per charge. In this case, the defendant... Read More

Identity Theft: Mounting a Defense

Identity theft in Castle Rock is gaining a great deal of attention lately - especially as media agencies are harping on the fact that a growing number of targets in these cases are children. Castle Rock identity theft defense attorneys know that there isn't actually one law that encompasses all forms of identity theft. In fact, the statutes are numerous - from forgery in Colorado Statute 18-5... Read More

Aurora Red Light Running With Injury Can Result in Severe Penalties

An Aurora red-light runner reportedly caused the serious injury of a motorcyclist late last month. Our Castle RockĀ Aurora traffic ticket defense attorneys understand that the 20-year-old driver in the case was deemed at-fault, and charges of red-light running and careless driving resulting in injury are pending against her. Of course, no one ever intends to walk out their door and get in an... Read More

Burglary Suspects Sought

Police are searching for a Castle Rock burglary suspects who eluded them in a high-speed chase late last month. Our Castle Rock burglary defense attorneys have been following the news reported by The Castle Rock News Press, indicating that two individuals may be responsible for as many as 30 burglaries since late 2011. According to Colorado Statute 4-2:01, prosecutors in a first-degree Color... Read More

Juvenile Defense Lawyers: Gov. Signs Adult-File Restrictions Law

Our Castle Rock juvenile defense attorneys were encouraged to hear that Gov. John Hickenlooper has signed into law a bill that impacts prosecutors' ability to punish Castle Rock juvenile offenders as adults. According to The Denver Post, House Bill 12-1271 is going to significantly decrease the number of juveniles who are facing adult charges in Colorado. It was a bill that was bitterly co... Read More

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