Category : Criminal Laws

Pre-existing injuries And The affect After An accident

If you have ever been a victim of a medical condition and was denied a claim of using the excuse of pre-existing conditions, or at least known someone who has suffered from this inhumane mistreatment, then you are not alone in today's America. Mary Jo was such a person. She became the victim of a car crash, then learned that the at-fault driver's insurance company would only cover not even half of her resulting medical expenses suffered in the ca... Read More

Prepared For An Accident

This article shares some great advice from Phoenix car accident attorney, Aaron Crane from Cantor Crane regarding being prepared in the event you are involved in an accident. Every day, thousands get into car accidents across the United States. Whether it is a minor or severe occurrence, car accidents are overwhelming for everyone involved. In fact, it can even change the way you remember certain events, so documenting everything as soon as possi... Read More

Teacher to be Tried on Sex Abuse Charges This Month

A former high school English teacher and wrestling coach is set to stand trial this month on sex abuse charges. Castle Rock criminal defense lawyers understand the 33-year-old is accused of maintaining a sexual relationship with a 17-year-old student three years ago. He is charged with sexual assault on a child by a person in a position of trust. This is a felony under Colorado Law, and a conviction can mean up to 12 years in prison. Colo... Read More

FBI Probes Whether CO Fires Involved Arson

The fires that erupted in Colorado Springs have sparked speculation that arson may have been involved. Our Castle Rock arson defense lawyers know that such charges are serious, and fighting them requires an experienced and tenacious attorney. The fact of the matter is, while fire investigators are highly experienced in their field, arson is one of those crimes that may not leave a solid trail of evidence. In fact, that would be one of the k... Read More

Allegations Of Crimes Against Elderly In Castle Rock Require Strong Defense

More and more law enforcement agencies are focusing on pursuing Castle Rock criminal charges for crimes perpetuated against elderly residents. Our Castle Rock criminal defense lawyers know that according to Colorado Criminal code 18-6.5:01 and 18-6.503, crimes against the elderly (known formally under the law as an "at-risk adult"), the penalties are increased. For example, if you commit a theft under $500, that's generally going to be co... Read More

Castle Rock Theft Charges Stem From Foreclosure Case

It may be difficult to understand how you could be slapped with Castle Rock theft charges simply for staying in your own home. However, our Castle Rock criminal defense lawyers expect we may seeing more of these types of cases, as the implosion of the housing market has left many people underwater and foreclosed upon. This was a case in which an individual who once owned a home in the Bell Mountain Ranch subdivision was not only forced ou... 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 Colorado burglary case have to prove that the accused k... 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 contested on both sides of the political aisle (with... Read More

Criminal Defense: Police To Be Better-Equipped

Our Castle Rock criminal defense attorneys have some important news for residents, and it may impact your need for a solid Castle Rock criminal defense. The Castle Rock Police Department, in using a $200,00 grant, have amassed a wide array of new technology and equipment. That equipment includes: brand new Tasers for street officers, mountain bikes, new uniforms and patches, exercise equipment, in-car camera systems and reality-based trainin... Read More

Doll used in Denver Domestic Violence

Dolls are not usually a weapon of choice noted in many Denver domestic violence cases. However, our Denver domestic violence defense attorneys understand that a police officer, accused of beating his girlfriend, alleges she actually attacked him. That in and of itself wouldn't be noteworthy, except that the weapon she reportedly used to carry out the attack was a Justin Bieber pop star doll. It's an allegation that has office water cooler g... Read More

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