The Gamut of Misdemeanor and Felony Criminal Charges in Denver Metropolitan Area
Criminal law attorney Jessica Johnson handles a range of criminal cases, including the following:
- Crimes of violence
- Domestic violence
- Sexual assault
Regardless of whether you face a misdemeanor or felony criminal charge, your rights are at stake. Don’t let the prosecution craft a case against you without making sure your criminal defense attorney crafts a better one for you.
How Does Colorado Define Domestic Violence? What Criteria Do They Use?
Domestic violence in Colorado is defined as an act or threatened act of violence upon a person with whom the actor is involved in an intimate relationship. An intimate relationship is defined as a spouse, former spouse, past and present unmarried couples, people who have a child, or lived together. It doesn’t mean that you have to have intercourse with that person to be intimate.
Domestic violence is not a separate criminal offense in Colorado. For example, a third-degree assault could be considered domestic violence if there is an intimate relationship between the defendant and the alleged victim. The factual basis would trigger domestic violence penalties. Domestic violence could attach to any crime against an individual or crimes against property or an animal…Read More
Can I Get My Things From Home While A Domestic Violence Case Is Pending Against Me?
You will need to either get a civil assist from your local sheriff’s department or seek a court order…Read More
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